Slim or Phat

Discussion in 'PSP - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by mice R nice ~(_&, Dec 30, 2007.

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Do you own a PSP Clim or a PSP Phat?

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Dec 30, 2007

Slim or Phat by mice R nice ~(_& at 6:09 AM (2,816 Views / 0 Likes) 26 replies

  1. mice R nice ~(_&
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    I have 1 of both
     


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    I have a Slim with 3.71 M33-3 CFW.
     
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    ive had 2 phats and now a slim.
     
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    I like the phat version better. Slim feels too cheap IMO.
     
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    I have one slim, bought right when it was released.
    Never had a phat.
    Never even touched one until about a month ago when a student asked if I knew how to fix his broken analog nub. After using the slim, I felt like I was holding a brick.
     
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    i have a phat, and i think the slim feels too light, and its too glossy on the back
     
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    I have both a phat black psp and a slim silver psp. Definitely prefer the slim.
     
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    Definitely the Phat one. 1.5 Kernel FTW.
     
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    fat is best [​IMG]
     
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    Factually Phat has more homebrew capibilities, but not for long...

    Slims get dirty too quickly tho but it is nonetheless better in terms of its weight, sleekness, and size
     
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    Supervisor raulpica With your drill, thrust to the sky!

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    QUOTE(mice R nice ~(_"> @ Dec 30 2007, 10:42 PM)Factually Phat has more homebrew capibilities, but not for long...

    Yeah, Matieulh and DAX said that it was possible to use 1.5 Kernel on Slim, but they also said that they wouldn't release it to the public. So FAT wins, for now [​IMG]
     
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    I've got a phat one, bought at launch (Japanese launch that is). I do like the TV-out feature of the Slim though, but it's too much money to upgrade for just one feature.
     
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    That's already out, just may be hard to find, with some custom hardware modding you could get that easy, but there are still ALOT of masters still on the homebrew scene, but it sucks how Fanjita left...
     
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    QUOTE(mice R nice ~(_"> @ Dec 30 2007, 10:51 PM)That's already out, just may be hard to find, with some custom hardware modding you could get that easy, but there are still ALOT of masters still on the homebrew scene, but it sucks how Fanjita left...

    Hardware modding? DAX said no hardware modding is needed.
     
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    I have a slim , got it for christmas.
     
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    Yeah, that right, but I've had it on my slim for a long time now... [​IMG]
     
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    QUOTE(mice R nice ~(_"> @ Dec 30 2007, 10:56 PM)
    Strange, never heard anything about it being leaked or something, and I'm on a LOT of PSP sites. Also I don't see why it wouldn't have been released publically.
     
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    the only time i ever held a psp fat was when i went into hmv (uk) and played on one in the store, the slim psp i ordered will be my first psp too.
     

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