PXP-2000 PSP Go knockoff still forgets the 2nd joystick

Oct 9, 2009
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PXP-2000 PSP Go knockoff still forgets the 2nd joystick

Knock-off consoles are always good for a cheap, moderately cheerful laugh, and so we're surprised its taken the Chinese cloners this long to come up with a decent PSP Go copy.  The PXP-2000 "borrows" the distinctive stylings of Sony's latest handheld, but throws in a camera good for stills and 3GP video capture, an FM radio and NES/Famicom emulator.

There's also a 3.5-inch 320 x 240 display, media player happy with a pretty broad range of audio and video formats, and a TV connector for playing your retro titles on a bigger screen.  Other compatible games include Gameboy, Gameboy Color, SFC and MegaDrive titles, though there's still only one joystick; like Sony, the guys behind the PXP-2000 have obviously not been listening to the game community's feedback.

2GB of onboard storage, an SD slot for up to 4GB more, and a 3.5mm headphone jack wrap up what's likely to be the biggest ever disappointment to a child come Christmas morning.  Yours for the princely sum of $83.99.

[via Joystiq]


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