Which PSP is better for homebrew?

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  1. planetofthemage
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    topic.
     
  2. m3rox

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  3. planetofthemage
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    Why?
     
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    doesn't make a difference 1000 or 2000 you can run homebrew through the two.

    If your psp as got cfw.
     
  5. planetofthemage
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    What about the 1.50 Kernel?
     
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    I still have my Launch PSP 1000. But there is really no difference now in homebrew for the Phat or Slim, unless you have that new PSP 3000 and no Gripshift.
     
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    Okay. I meant what about things that require 1.50 like the fast snes9x?
     
  8. Opium

    Opium PogoShell it to me ™

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    Get a 2000, it runs everything and is a much better build. You'll want it for the improved D-pad alone.
     
  9. planetofthemage
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    okay. Thanks everyone.
     
  10. raulpica

    raulpica With your drill, thrust to the sky!

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    Well, I guess Dark_Alex's LEDA 0.2 got care of that. I'm not sure because I don't own a 2000 (got a 1000 myself).

    2000 should be better. 64MB of RAM instead of 32, better D-Pad, better screen, better build.

    Just be careful to get a pre-cfw'd one, as all the newer 2000s out there are not custom-firmwareable.