Step 3: WIFI

there is a web browser in the psp system its a version of NetFront browser made by access CO. LTD. The browser supports most common web technologies, such as HTTP Cookies, Forms, CSS, as well as basic Javascript capabilities.

There are three different rendering modes: "Normal", "Just-Fit", and "Smart-Fit". "Normal" will display the page with no changes, "Just-Fit" will attempt to shrink some elements to make the whole page fit on the screen and preserve layout (although this makes some pages extremely difficult to read), and "Smart-Fit" will display content in the order it appears in the HTML, and with no size adjustments; instead it will drop an element down below the preceding element if it starts to go off the screen

The browser also has limited tabbed browsing, with a maximum of three tabs. When a website tries to open a link in a new window, the browser opens it in a new tab

Parents can limit content by enabling Browser Start Up Control which blocks all access to the web browser and creating a 4-digit PIN under [Settings] in [Security]. Additionally, the browser can be configured to run under a proxy server and can be protected by the security PIN to enable the use of web filtering or monitoring software through a network

The PSP browser is slower compared to modern browsers and often runs out of memory due to limitations put in place by Sony. Alternatively, Homebrew has allowed a custom version of the browser to be released that utilizes all 32/64 MB of the PSP's RAM, which allows the browser to load pages faster and have more memory for larger pages.Opera Mini can also be used on PSP through PSPKVM, a homebrew application which is a Sun Java Virtual Machine. It was claimed to provide much faster loading time than the default browser and provides better web page capability
there's also a GPS unit for the 1000 (not sure about the slims).
the one in the pics 2000 i got my 1000 running wpa/wpa2 :D<br>
Also on the 3000 there is an internal Mic
The PSP-2000 is the &quot;Slim&quot; and the PSP-3000 is the &quot;Lite&quot;. Also, the last digit of each PSP's number is dependent on where it's from. For example, I have a PSP Slim, that means that the number is &quot;PSP-200X&quot;, with the X being the region. In my case, it's North America, so the last digit is 1, making the full number &quot;PSP-2001&quot; as opposed to &quot;PSP-2000&quot; (&quot;0&quot; means that the PSP is meant for Japan).
The last numbers may be region, but they are generically referred to as: Phat/1000 <br>Slim/2000 <br>Lite/3000
the PSP-2000 series is the 'slim &amp; lite'<br>the PSP3000 series was named as the 'Brite' (bright) due to its supposed fourfold improved graphics<br>the original 1000 series has since been nicknamed the 'phat' by the onlie community, mainly people who brought the first model and could not be botherd to upgrade
Looked it up on Wikipedia, and apparently there isn't an official nickname for the 3000 (but on the other hand, it has no internal metal frame, so I guess I could call the 3000 the &quot;Glass&quot;). Personally, I picked up the names from Sony (2000 is Slim, 3000 is Lite), but it doesn't really matter so long as you can tell the difference.<br><br>Oh yeah, as for performance: the 3000 looks a bit better and has much more RAM (Curse you, Sony, for not putting it in the 2000!). That's it.
i know about the slim and the lite but when the 2000 version was released [before 3000 was released]it was known as SLIM &amp; LITE and about the last digits i know about them it was actually a mistake i wanted to write about it but i forgot....thanks for the reminder though

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