This was inevitable. Any of you who’ve listened to CD’s on your â€œSomyâ€ Hi Fi system, played games on your golden china 8 bit system or even glanced at the time on your â€œRoluxâ€ watch would know that the Chinese are pretty good at making counterfeit goods that look uncannily genuine.
The victim of Sino-cloning this time is Sony’s new PSP Go!, which has received a doppelganger in the form of the PXP-2000. It has a bucketload of features too!
A built-in camera, FM radio, drag and drop MP3/MP4, speakers, MP5(wut?) player, SD card slot, and 4GB of built-in memory grace the faux handheld.
It doesn’t actually play PSP games, but does come preloaded with and e-book and nifty illegal things like emulators. The price? Considerably cheaper than a PSP Go1, at $84 USD, or R620.
I’m ashamed to admit it, but I actually want one – and I don’t really know why. It’s probably because I can’t actually afford an actual PSP Go!
Source : Kotaku
Last Updated: October 9, 2009