IGN took their hand at reviewing Sony`s new pride and glory, the PSPGo.
As we all expected, it`s not going to take off right away, if not at all. From the smaller screen to teh "uncomfortable" button layout and almost no grip-ability on it, proves Sony was in it for the money and maybe not much more.
The newer gloss finish is extremely prone to dirtyness and collects dust particles faster than a vacuum cleaner can, on top of it, the PSPUMD solution is COMPLETELY scrapped in US (EUR unknown), in other words, if you have a PSP1000 - 3000, you should stick with it as the $50 jump is not worth it for what is basically the same, if not inferior PSP. If you are a newcomer to the PSP in general, and are prone to Digital Downloads like Microsoft excellent Xbox Live service or Sony`s PSN, then you should feel right at home with it, everybody else, get the 3000 model.