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I am contemplating on weather I should get a PSP, I might but first:

1. How much is the PSP 3000?
2. How long is the battery life of a 3000?
3. If I understand downloads correctly: If downloaded on a PS3 (which I also don't have yet . . .) I can transfer it to a PSP, if I download (or buy a UMD?) something I can't (download?) it to the PS3. Which brings me to the next point:
4. If I did want to play a PSP game on a bigger screen, would I ABSOLUTELY needs a PS3?, Could I also play (some(?)) of the games through a PS2? & How would I go about transferring it to a larger screen (wireless, or link cable?)
5. If I get a bundle how large is the Memory stick pro duo less than 8GB?
6. Does the MSPD store the save files, music/pictures. If music how many songs am I limited to (the DSI, despite reading up to 32 GB SDHC, limits 1000 songs I think)

I really just want the system for (more) games, because I have internships, among other things and I wait for buses and trains, I want to listen to music (cycloDS for that), and play something. Weather it's a PSONE classic (PS3 transfer), or some PSP game.


And no, despite having a modified Wii & Flashcart for my DS, I don't want to mod the PSP.
 

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@ 5) I think the biggest mspd you can get with a bundle is 4GB.
@ 4) I think you can use the tv out ability with those cables sony has? (dunno really since I got a 1k which can't use tv out) No you can't use a ps2.
@ 1) Core is about $170? Bundles are usually $200 or so. (I think)
 

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@3. You can use 2 other methods to download games besides a PS3 transfer. Direct from your PSP (slow and battery draining due to Wireless B internet) or using MediaGo which is a piece of software you install onto your computer which can download and put games+demos onto your PSP, you can download whole PSP games, demos, themes and PS1 games to your memory stick (assuming you have enough space)
 

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None of the homebrew interests me for it. Playing DS, GBA, NES, SNES, games, watching youtube videos. I'd probably wait to play (S)NES/GBA/sega genesis/other system games on my Wii than on a PSP.
 
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