There are, as of this writing, seven PSPs. Sort of. Technically, there have been four PSP models released (PSPs-1000, -2000, -3000 and -go), plus a "PlayStation-certified" smartphone that looks and feels like a PSP (Xperia Play). And both a new PSP model (the PSP-E1000) and the successor to the PSP (the PS Vita) have been announced for release soon. So I count that as seven PSPs or PSP-related devices.
So, to make it easier to find the information you're looking for, I've brought all seven together in this Guide. You can read through page by page and check out the links for each model, or you can skip to the model you most want info on (hover over the page numbers below to see what's on each page).
All PSP Models
- What is a PSP? In this article, I asked is it a portable PlayStation or a tiny entertainment centre
- PSP Specifications for all models This is an index with links to PSP specs list. Specs for each model are also listed on the appropriate page in this Guide.
- The PSP and Other Handhelds, A Visual Comparison See what the PSP looks like next to other handheld systems
- The PSP and the History of Handheld Video Gaming How has the PSP borrowed from its predecessors?
- Choose the PSP That's Best for You Different models are better at different things, so read this to help make your choice easier
- Strengths and Weaknesses of the Different PSP Models Pretty much what the title says. This article presents the same information as the one above, but organized by model rather than by intended use.
- What's in the Box? Complete list of content for all the various packs and bundles the PSP has come in (In North America)