Enjoy your music, talk in style and transform your PSP into a camera or a GPS navigation system with these great peripherals.
Why not turn your PSP, PSP-2000 or PSP-3000 into a camera? Using the Camera, which attaches to your PSP via the High Speed USB connector, you can transform your PSP into a video and stills camera. With a 4GB Memory Stick PRO Duo inserted into your PSP, you can record over two hours of video footage, capturing memorable moments with friends and family forever and instantly play back all the fun for everyone to see on the PSP system's screen.
With the PSPgo Cradle you can charge your PSPgo system, and when using an AV cable (sold separately) that connects to the Cradle you can then connect your PSPgo system to the TV to watch movies and listen to music. You can also transfer all your files, photos, music and videos between your PSPgo and PC when your PSP is attached to the Cradle.
Now you can communicate with the world by plugging this fantastic peripheral into your PSP-2000, PSP-3000 or PSPgo. Perfect for using with Skype, the In-ear Headset is a stylish, premium quality peripheral that features a built-in microphone and a remote control that allows you to play/pause, forward/rewind and adjust volume while listening to music or watching movies on the go. You can also chat to friends and other players around the world in exciting online multiplayer games which support voice communication such as MotorStorm Arctic Edge, via a Wireless connection.
Transforming your PSP, PSP-2000 or PSP-3000 into a GPS Receiver with the help of a peripheral and a Universal Media Disc, Go!Explore offers map data and navigation software. Developed in collaboration with TeleAtlas and NavNGo, Go!Explore supports audio in different languages: English, German, French, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish.
Featuring easy to use search features and smart keyboard, automatic zooming and tilting, route settings and step-by-step journey schedules, Go!Explore is the ideal accessory for your PSP on your journeys. And with maps, guides and points of interest available via PlayStation Store for PSP, you'll always be up to date wherever you are.
|Publish date:||Thu Oct 29 14:52:00 GMT 2009|