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Sony PSP (Playstation Portable) in Singapore

Gaming never stops, especially when you have a Sony PSP in your pockets. Popular since the early 2000s, this portable handheld console makes playing video games easier and more accessible. Feeling a little bit bored while waiting for the bus? All you need to do is turn your PSP on and make waiting more worthwhile. Find out more about the Sony PSP games, prices, and specs in Singapore below.

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Sony PSP Price by Country

Country International Price Price in SGD
Malaysia MYR 358.00 0.00
Philippines PHP 4,878.00 0.00

Sony PSP Specs

Sony PSP Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelPSP 3004
DateMar 2009
Display diagonal10.9 cm (4.3")
Second display
Display resolution480 x 272 pixels
Display number of colours16.78 million colours
Aspect ratio16:9
Weight & dimensions
Weight189 g
Width169.4 mm
Depth18.6 mm
Height71.4 mm
Wi-Fi standards802.11b
Built-in optical drive
Card reader integrated
Compatible memory cardsMS Duo
Packaging content
Video game included
Colour of productBlack
PlatformPlayStation Portable (PSP)
Processor modelPSP CPU
Built-in camera
Main camera resolution (numeric)0.3 MP
Built-in microphone
Built-in speaker(s)

Sony PSP Games, Prices, and Features in Singapore

Sony PSP - Never Stop Playing

Initially released on May 11, 2004, Sony PSP has had many changes in terms of specs, and have sprout different models from the PS-1000 to PS-300, to PS Go, PS Vita, and a few others. Though there have been many models, Sony PSP remains an iconic handheld gaming system with tons of different PSP games available. Within its compact body and 4.3" screen comes an immersive gaming experience that you can’t get even from gaming consoles, mobile phones, and gaming rigs or laptops.

Designed for Portable Gaming

What makes the Sony PSP an iconic gaming console is its size. Measuring 17 × 7.3 × 2.2 cm (6.7 × 2.9 × 0.9 in) with a body known as a “slab” or “candy bar”, it is one portable console. It can be easily slid into your pockets, attached to a lanyard, or kept in a small bag; you can literally take it anywhere with you.

Besides the LCD, at the front you will see different buttons including the Playstation triangle, square, circle, and X buttons as well as the analog “nub” or joystick. It also has L and R shoulder buttons and up, down, left, and right buttons. Each button is just enough to be operated by your thumb and your occasional index and middle finger which makes it an ergonomically adept. The Sony PSP is also capable of connecting to the Internet as well as a USB 2.0 port.

Screen and Sound

Compared to modern smartphones, you would think that the PSP has a smaller screen - 4.3” to be exact. What you wouldn’t expect is that this handheld is capable of producing 480 × 272-pixel video playback with 16.77 million colors, giving you amazing details and an immersive graphics experience. In terms of sound, the Sony PSP has stereo speakers and a microphone (PSP-3000, PSP Go), plus a 3.5 mm headphone jack so you can plug-in your headphones.

PSP Games

One of the many reasons why you should have a Sony PSP is because of the games! From first-person shooters to strategy games, you can install as many as you want. Among the best games to play on a PSP is Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, and God of War - Chains of Olympus.

Sony PSP Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2014-04-10
Much like what Sony did with the PSP-2000, the PSP-3000 features a slew of small but still noteworthy upgrades that may have some current owners looking to upgrade. The first thing you will notice about the Sony PSP-3000 is the gorgeous improvements to th...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-04
Thumbs Up:Slim and lightweight body; better color reproduction than its predecessor; revamped AV output for game and video playback on TVs; inbuilt microphone for preinstalled Skype app and games; impressive online and media features; numerous games wi...
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Reviewed on 2009-12-17
Great, antiglare screen.Screen can go fuzzy at times. Not enough new features.
The latest incarnation of Sony’s handheld games machine, the PSP-3000, is possibly the most powerful, visually-lavish handheld console that money can buy. But is it perfect? Far from it…Yes, the PSP-3000 includes a brighter, less reflective, anti-glare...
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Reviewed on 2009-02-06
Bright, colourful screen, superb user interface, excellent mobile gaming, increasingly broad range of featuresStill limited in content options and capacity next to some alternatives, although they're not games consoles
The PlayStation portable (to give it its full name) isn't a new product, having been with us since 2005. We've always admired it for both the brilliance of its mobile gaming and the sheer tactility of its interface, but it'd be fair to say it hasn't al...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-03
Decent build quality and screen. Still thinner. Still lighterAwkward controls. Video codec support still hobbled, making it an awkward media player
The changes Sony has made elsewhere are minimal. Theres a built-in microphone, so you can make use of all the games that require voice input. Which is no games. Itll come in handy for using Skype, but wed imagine the number of PSP users that use Sk...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-23
The mobile gaming medium is a distinctly different monster than its stationary sibling—the average lifecycle is longer, sales tend to fluctuate more drastically, and aesthetic improvements are generally more grandiose. The business model is certainly e...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-23
I have before me the Limited Edition Ratchet & Clank PSP Entertainment Pack. And with said pack comes a silver PSP-3000, Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters, National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets, a 1GB Memory Stick PRO Duo and a voucher for echochrome. Many...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-16
External mic, feels less plasticky, colour space optionsMic isn’t fantastic
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Reviewed on 2008-10-15
Sonys new re-brushed and buffed-up PlayStation Portable 3000 handheld video game system should finally be dangling from plastic retail hooks or resting in neat little rectangle stacks on shelves as you read this, but should existing PSP owners think...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-15
Sony's new re-brushed and buffed-up PlayStation Portable 3000 handheld video game system should finally be dangling from plastic retail hooks or resting in neat little rectangle stacks on shelves as you read this, but should existing PSP owners think ...
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