Full tech specs for Europe’s PSP E-1000 are revealed

Last week at Gamescom, Sony unveiled a new value SKU for the PSP, which the company claims to be enjoying a bit of a resurgence of late. It was announced at the price of 99 Euros, and Sony confirmed that the model would be missing wi-fi capability.

As it turns out, that’s not the only hardware omission from the bare-bones handheld. On top of its lack of wireless connectivity, the E-1000 will also be missing a speaker, meaning that it will be outputting monaural sound instead of stereo. The only way to restore this is by using your own headphone, which you should probably be doing anyway since the PSP’s speakers have never been anything to write home about.

Other than that, the E-1000 is identical to previous PSP iterations. Here are the full specifications:

Specifications for PSP-E1000 series
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

LCD screen: 4.3 inches / 10.9 cm (16:9) full-transparent type, TFT drive. Approximately 16,770,000 colours displayed.

Sound: Monaural speaker.

Internal disc drive: Read-only Universal Media Disc drive.

Interface: DC IN 5V connector. Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0 compliant). DC OUT connector. Headset connector. Memory Stick PRO DuoTM slot.

Power source: AC Adaptor: DC 5.0 V. Lithium-Ion rechargeable Battery Pack.

Maximum power consumption: Approx. 6 W (when charging).

External dimensions: Approx. 172.4 × 73.4 × 21.6 mm (width × height × depth) (excludes largest projection).

Weight: Approx. 223 g (including Battery Pack).

Operating environment: temperature 5C – 35C.

Compatible codecs: Universal Media Disc Video: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Main Profile Level 3. Music: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Main Profile Level 3, Linear PCM, ATRAC3plusTM Memory StickTM For details, refer to the User’s Guide.

Universal Media Disc laser

Wave length: 655 – 665 nm.

Power: Max. 0.28 mW.

Type: Semiconductor, continuous.

AC Adaptor

Input: AC 100-240 V, 50/60 Hz.

Output: DC 5 V, Max. 1500 mA.

External dimensions: Approx. 61 × 23 × 84 mm (width × height × depth) (excludes largest projection).

Weight: Approx. 62 g.

Source: Computer and Video Games

Readers Comments (1)

  1. That’s actually not that bad. I would always use headphones and I use my phone for internet anyway. Can’t really imagine myself playing online games with it. If this were in the US I may have a look…

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