327w ago - The new PSP is a slimmer, lighter version of the original, with a few new features. The system plays the exact same games, but now it has a video output port that lets you connect the PSP to an external display, such as an HDTV, for big-screen playback. The system also has a simplified UMD loading tray, 32MB more system memory, lower power consumption, a smaller battery, and can now charge via USB. The new PSP will replace the current system this September. Systems will be available in Piano Black, Ice Silver, and Ceramic White. They'll come in various retail packages with a variety of bundle options that include pack-in games, UMD movies, memory sticks, and, in the case of the white PSP, a Darth Vader silk-screened battery cover.
The Ice Silver PSP will ship with the Daxter PSP Entertainment Pack.
While it was nice to check out the new PSP's redesigned features at E3, what we really wanted to do was pull out a few games and test how the new portable handles load times with its extra built-in memory and fancy UMD-caching system. That agenda was first in our minds when we opened up the shipping box, but we got sidetracked when we noticed that the background display color on the new PSP was different from the color on our original PSPs. It turns out that our new PSP actually has more background-theme color...
327w ago - The_Bell updated to v2.0 today for PSP, with the following:
I wanted to let you know that I've released version 2.0 of QPSPManager. QPSPManager is a file manager for Linux, Windows and Mac OS. It allows Application, Savegame, ISO and Video Management to keep a centralized way to manage the communication between your computer and your PC. Add, delete and copy applications, savegames, iso files and compress isos and videos to get them work in our PSP, all in one product!
The program includes a new feature: the Video Conversion, and now works on all three major OS out there: Windows, Mac and Linux (intel only for now).
327w ago - MASTER100 updated LightMP3 to v1.5.0 today, with changes as follows:
-Added: HP and RM on first line if headphones and/or remote controller are plugged.
-Added: the program checks the display brightness at startup and asks if you want to lower it
-Added: support to 22khz (plays fine with CPU at 40mhz), 24khz (plays fine with CPU at 40mhz) and 48khz mp3. Note that to play 48khz mp3s the cpu must be raised to 80/85 mhz
-Added: Fastforward (no rewind, sorry). Press right and left to raise and lower playing speed.
-Added: volume bar
-Fixed: if you delete .scrobbler.log with LightMP3 running (activating USB), the file is recreated.
-Fixed: if the sample rate isn't supported an error message is shown
327w ago - Noob2PSP updated to BETA 4 today, which includes:
I have added much new functions, fixed one bug and updated old functions ! Here a ChangeLog:
Add : Welcome message with your PSP Nickname
Add : Battery procent added
Add : Function standby psp
Add : Function Shutdown psp
Add : Function Restore/Check UMD Drive
Add : Function Restore audio devices
Add : Function activate USB Mass
Add : Function Flash default XMB Wave
Updated : PSPButton restore
Bugfix : in function Default Theme Flasher
327w ago - kapouekapoue has updated Yet Another CiSO Creator and it includes:
Yacc was not able to decompress with CisoPlus, it compressed another time the CSO file.
Error is the CisoPlus' extensions were not well-written
Translations updated and corrected
Other small errors detected by ScarHand