PXP-2000 clone of PSP Go

The PSP Go might have just been released last week, but that short time frame has not stopped pirates from coming up with their own version – the $84 PXP-2000. Yes sir, shaving off a good $165 from the PSP Go’s retail price, the PXP-2000 won’t be able to connect to your PlayStation Network (duh!), although you do get support for a host of popular video codecs including RM, RMVB natively, AVI, WMV, ASF, MPG, MPEG, MPE, MP4, DAT and MOV. On the gaming front, this is a massive fail – after all, it just emulates NES games as well as Gameboy and SFC titles. There isn’t 16GB of internal memory in this puppy, relying on microSD memory cards instead as the storage medium of choice.

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