Blogging via Sony PSP

Blogging via Sony PSP

Borrowed this Sony PSP from a cousin for a couple of days. While my brother was enjoying the only 2 games loaded in it, I checked out its wifi capability.

Sony PSP


I wondered how easy (or hard) it would be to surf or even blog with this gadget.

Sony Playstation

Surprisingly, surfing the web was a breeze. However, I had a hard time using it to blog. As a matter of fact, I wrote this entry using the PSP and this took me approximately 12 minutes to finish, excluding the picture upload.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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13 Responses

  1. ade says:

    12 minutes? That’s not so bad!

  2. jun says:

    tried that too abe, it was kinda slow. i think it’s wifi b right?

  3. Carlo says:

    Just the same thing as using an O2 XDA Atom connected via wifi to blog but it has a touchscreen feature, so how’s the on screen keyboard of PSP? You’ll use the joystick to move over the letters? It’s quite tiring huh.

  4. Jerome G. says:

    I risk being tagged as a Nintendo fanboy the the web browser for the DS is much better for me. Not to mention I can type much faster because of the touch screen. Unfortunately, the DS browser does not have Flash support nor has internal/external memory that can make it capable of downloading/uploading files. Since the PSP firmware can be upgraded, the browser can be improved, while the DS browser requires a new cartridge.

    It’s much better in the Nintendo Wii Internet channel powered by Opera 9 and has full Flash and AJAX support. I tried it out just before Christmas and it pretty much makes couch surfing possible, not to mention i can even play flash-based games. The wiimote is excellent as a screen pointer though, and hopefully, a firmware update will let Wii users plug in USB keyboards with little issues (t9 support is great, but i love to type!).

    I remember a few years ago connecting my Sega Dreamcast to the internet via dial up and the Planet Web browser. Consoles connecting to the Internet have come a long way since then.

  5. jelly says:

    it depends on the setting’s try turn off the memory usage. and depends also to the connection..


    name it i’ll crack it.

  6. harv3y says:

    how does one be connected to wifi? do you need a router or link? etc…hows the browser?

  7. jelly says:

    @harv3y router -> if you install wifi ofcourse u need a router. ->browser psp has a default browser. u just have to setup the connection from the setting of your psp


    name it i’ll crack it

  8. Tonyo Cruz says:

    Hi Yuga!

    If you have time, please take a look at and at which is about a Pinoy-designed skin for the PSP.



  9. Snakeyz Shivansh says:

    i know and the PSP does not catch signals so eazily

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