|CPU||MIPS R4000 (333 MHz)|
|Media||UMD, Memory Stick|
|Connectivity||802.11b adhoc and infrastructure modes|
|Players supported||1, others via 802.11b adhoc mode|
The PlayStation Portable, or PSP, was a video game console based around the MIPS R4000. The PSP used UMD discs for game distribution, a proprietary format controlled by Sony. Sony Memory Stick was used for local storage. The console was able to connect to PlayStation Network, Sony's online game service.