Secrets of the PlayStation Portable

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Pearson Education, Aug 7, 2006 - Games & Activities - 240 pages
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With over 13 million shipped, the Sony PlayStation Portable, or PSP, is one of the fastest selling game consoles in history. In this essential guide, gaming expert Joel Durham, Jr. shows readers how to get the most out of this revolutionary handheld game console. After an initial tour around the interface, Joel will introduce the readers to the multimedia possibilities of the PSP, including gaming, movie playback, organizing and playing music, organizing and displaying photographs, and web surfing and RSS. In addition he will walk readers through how to use the device on a network, how to get the most life from the battery, how to pick a headset, how to set up a WLAN and more.
 

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Contents

Gaming on the
3-10
UMD Movies on the
4-12
Introducing Your PSP to Your
4-21
Playing Videos on the
6-12
Viewing Images on the
6-28
Web Connectivity and Your
6-41
Surfing the Web with Your
6-52
The Dark Side of the
6-72
The Logistics of Homebrew
6-83
Twelve Cool Homebrew Programs
6-101
Index
B-17
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Joel Durham Jr. is a freelance writer and editor specializing in computer technology and games. The first Technical Editor of the widely read PC Gamer magazine, he also held the post of Senior Technical Editor for CNET's wildly popular Gamecenter. He has written hundreds of features, how-to's, news articles and reviews for sites and magazines such as PC Gamer, Computer Gaming World and ExtremeTech Magazine. Joel is currently a full-time freelance writer and author of PC MODDING FOR DUMMIES and the forthcoming BUILD IT YOURSELF VISUALLY: THE ULTIMATE GAME PC FOR UNDER $999.

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