Official 1200mAh Slim Battery

Discussion in 'PSP - Games & Content' started by Shyn, Jun 26, 2008.

  1. Shyn
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    Well, after some abuse with converting->unconverting->reconverting (etc etc) one of my official 1200mAh slim batteries, it has finally kicked the bucket. Won't boot as a regular battery anymore, so now I need another. Anyone know where I can find an official one for a fairly decent price? I know Amazon has the legit ones, but for $40 new, I'd like to take a look around first.
     
  2. IBNobody

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    Why not buy the extended 2200mAh batteries? They come with slim doors. Or do you have a white PSP?
     
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    I already have one of them. I wanted another 1200mAh to pandorize, but I still wanted to be able to use it as a normal battery as well.
     
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    Quick question: How does the cover and extended battery look on the slim? Does it stick out a lot?
     
  5. IBNobody

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    It sticks out, but it makes gripping the PSP easier.
     
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    Well, I guess I don't need to buy a battery now, I somehow managed to fix my broken one, and now will be softmodded instead of hardmodded.
     
  7. CorruptJon

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    If you don't mind waiting, you should order a pandora from DX and just use that for installing CFW. Just so you don't have to keep modding your expensive original Sony batteries.
     
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    You haven't been paying attention to this board much huh? ;D

    I've already modded about 15 or so PSP's including my own, but I like to have access to my Pandora battery, but don't want a permanent one. I have a lot of friends and coworkers now getting PSP's solely because I can mod them for them. I'd rather not waste money on something that will lose its use after some time. Modding a normal battery means I have a spare regular battery for trips and such.