I’m a big fan of Sony’s “PSP” (Play Station Portable) charger. It’s one of the most versatile and convenient ones out there. It’s also one of the most stylish and utilitarian ones out there. It comes with a nice gold-plated USB charging cord that easily connects to your computer and gives you power for all your portable devices including your PSP. This charger is also one of the most fashionable ones out there.
The one plus is that this charger is great for taking care of your PSP, and another plus is that if you have an external hard drive attached to your PSP, you can use this charger to plug in the hard drive so you can play your favorite PSP games. The downside is that this charger is not compatible with PSPs that have a built-in hard drive.
I guess this brings up the question, “What if you were to have a PSP that didn’t have a hard drive?” Well, you could always have the charger plugged into that PSP’s power supply, and then connect a hard drive to that, but wouldn’t that make the charger useless? Also, this charger is a USB-to-USB converter which means it’s compatible with any type of devices that have USB ports, so this could work just fine for your PSP as well.
This is probably the most expensive charger that I have owned. It is the only one that I have ever sold because I figured that since it is so expensive, it was probably worth the few extra dollars. The PSP itself is $70, but I am going to replace it with my iMac soon anyway. I am also going to get a wireless charger so I can use my new iMac wirelessly.
I also replaced the cable that came with my charger because I don’t have one anymore. So that’s one thing that I do have to say. It took me a while to get used to because I wasn’t used to having the charger be wireless. I was a little apprehensive, but it turned out to be a pretty good deal.
Although I am sure there is a lot that I could say about the Sony adapter, I think it was worth the few extra bucks. It was a pretty decent deal, as it allowed me to use my PS3 wirelessly. The biggest complaint I have about the adapter is that it doesn’t charge my PSP. For now I am using my old DC cable to charge my PSP. I am still debating about if I even should get the PSP Wireless Charger.
I can only speak for myself here, but the best (and only) thing about the Sony adapter is that it allows you to wirelessly charge your PSP. This was a huge deal for me as I was having trouble carrying a USB charger around with me that was compatible with my PSP. This thing is pretty small and light, so it only takes up a handful of space.
Also, I have to say that the best part about the Sony adapter is that it charges your PSP wirelessly. This is a relatively new feature (only recently released as a firmware update on the PS3) but it’s one of the best things to come out of Sony’s acquisition of the PSP. It makes it super easy to bring your PSP’s wi-fi capabilities to your home.
I’d still go with the sony adapter, but I don’t think the PSP itself would be a big deal. That said, the Sony adapter is a more convenient and affordable option for those who don’t have a home with a PS3 and just want an iPad type app.
The problem is usually that you have to plug the sony adapter into the wall and plug in the wires. If the PS3 is in your living room, you can plug the adapter directly into the wall of the room your PSP is in. You wont need to lug your wires around. You can also use a wireless router or a USB dongle to power your PS3 and charge your PSP wirelessly.