PPSSPP is a fast, portable PSP emulator written in C++. http://www.ppsspp.org/ Also, on BlackBerry 10: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdUL1DalYrw It still ha… Video Rating: 4 / 5Related Posts:
Question by Riley: Can anyone recommend a cheap portable to browse the internet? I have a good laptop already, but it’s kind of big and annoying when I just need to check my e-mail in a wifi hotspot.
I’m looking for the cheapest thing that can access wifi networks that has a screen at least as big as an iPod touch.
Answer by SteveOSamsung Galaxy Tab or Motorola Xoom if you want to pay for a data plan every month. I’m not a big fan of carrying around an iPad in public. An iPod Touch would work just fine if you want to fork out the cash for that instead of buying a tablet, which is really your only other option after the smartphones out right now.
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When we walked the floor at CES this week, I had to stop by and visit one of my favorite iOS device power accessory makers. Innergie, which created a power cable that has micro USB, mini USB and 30-pin connectors all in one, had some new things on display here in Vegas, including the PocketCell Duo, portable power bank with a whopping 6,800mAh of battery power.
To put that in perspective, the Mophie Juice Pack Pro, one of the existing heavyweights in pocketable battery packs, has only 6,000mAh, and is also considerably larger. The PocketCell Duo’s reserve can power up an iPhone 5 over four times on a full charge, or get an iPad 4 up to about half its total battery life, or a little over.
The PocketCell Duo also ships with the Magic Cable Trio from Innergie, which has a mini USB, microUSB and 30 Pin connector in one. Those hoping for a Lightning connector will have to bring their own cable, however. Still, for a device that’s approximately the size of a big box of matches, the size of the reserve alone is the real draw here, and the cable is just a nice bonus.
Question by 007: I have a PlayStation Portable. Should I get the PS Vita now or wait in the future? Is the PlayStation Portable as good as Vita? What’s the biggest difference between these two consoles?
Is it even worth keeping the PSP?
Answer by DreBeatzthe ps vita is 10x better than the psp, sell the psp and get the ps vita you wont regret it if you love the psp you will marry the ps vita lol
There is a lot of difference better screen, touch controls front & back, powerful processor, best games, two analog sticks this is the vita by the way…I had a psp gave it to my little cousin and now I have the vita and its the best handheld I ever had & I do love my DS but aint touched it ever since
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If size and weight aren’t nearly as important as turning heads at your local coffee shop, then why bother with today’s banal hardware if you’ve got a perfectly good Macintosh Portable lying around? One nostalgic modder with a disregard for luggability has updated Apple’s very first laptop to run OS X, creating what he calls “a great café computer.” Obviously, the software isn’t all that’s changed, as behind the white plastic hides the internals of a Toshiba NB100 netbook sacrificed for the project. The keyboard has been painstakingly rewired through a USB controller, and the ball mouse now houses an optical cousin which connects via the original cable. A cordless drill battery powers the thing, which has also been gifted with all the mod cons — WiFi and USB connectivity — to make it pretty usable. If you’re interested in build pics, the tech-savvy hipster promises to post them soon at the source link below, and for a tour of the finished article, a video awaits you beyond the fold.
A new Kickstarter project getting underway today brings your Instagram photos to the way-back world of home picture projection, in a small, adorable package that suits perfectly the faux-vintage feel of Instagram photography. Projecteo is a very small slide film projector, which works with Instagram photos, by placing them on a single frame of 35mm Kodak film, with nine pics assembled on each.
The pictures are then cut out and placed on specialized wheels for projection. The whole process sounds a little crazy, and also means that if you want more photos you’ll have to hit up Projecteo for future wheel development, but the projector itself is impressive, considering its size. The processing part of the equation is also simplified thanks to a web-client for ordering prints that makes shot selection a breeze.
Projecteo uses powerful LEDs, as well as replaceable batteries and can output images at up to two and half feet wide in a very dark room. The projector itself is about the size of a matchbook, and uses just one, huge red button to page through pictures. A focusing element on the front lets you adjust image focus. Because this thing is so incredibly small, it’s likely not going to be able to deal well with competing with ambient light, and I’m also a little concerned it could have a hard time staying in one place when you’re pushing the button to check out the next image, since it can’t weigh very much. Update: Upon closer inspection, it looks like you spin the wheel to change photos, with the button acting as an on/off switch.
Still, this thing is cheap at just $ 20 for an early-bird pledge pre-order, or $ 25 after those are sold out, both of which include one photo wheel. The Projecteo team, which is also the same one behind Foldable.me and Stickygram, is clearly looking to build a device that works on the “cheap razor, expensive razor blades” consumption model, with a low onboarding threshold for the projector itself and a recurring revenue stream generated by ongoing film development.
The Projecteo expects to hit production by December or January, which, based on my experience with Kickstarter, is perhaps overly optimistic. Still, the company has a very attractive special reward level with a Rollei P35-based design, and it also has one of the most honest “Risks and Challenges” section I’ve seen for new hardware projects, so I think there’s a very good chance this will make it to market and work as advertised. That said, is this something anyone can see themselves using more than once or twice?Related Posts:
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Enjoy your music wherever you want with the Sony XF300 Portable Dock for iPod, iPhone and iPad. Featuring bluetooth wireless streaming, an internal rechargeable battery providing 6 hours of continuous operation and a sleek design with OLED display, the Sony XF300 lets you enjoy your music anywhere. www.sony.co.nzRelated Posts:
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When it comes to your device being the “world’s thinnest” or not can be decided by a single millimeter. Just days after Toshiba unveiled its 9mm-thick 500GB external hard drive, ADATA has knocked a little more off its own enclosure and declared victory. It’s releasing the DashDrive Elite HE720, a stainless steel USB 3.0 drive that measures in at 8.9mm-thick, and size is not the only department where it’s making an end-run around ol’ Tosh — it’s also $ 25 dollars cheaper, costing $ 90. In more mundane news, users who pick up the unit are entitled to snag a 60-day trial of Norton Internet Security and it’ll be available shortly.
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