Review of Sony PSP
The Register has a review of the PSP. The reviewer loves the nice, big screen and the device's slick design. The fact the PSP has two MIPS R4000 processors inside, both running at 333MHz, lets the thing play games with very high quality graphics. Here is what the reviewer says about the screen:
The fascia of the PSP is dominated by the 4.3in TFT screen and I can pretty much guarantee that you've never seen a display like this on a hand-held device before. The screen has a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio, making it ideal for watching movies as well as playing games, with a resolution of 480 x 272 and a full 24-bit colour depth. The screen also incorporates Sony's X-Black coating, so the image is amazingly bright and vivid. The image produced by the PSP display is just breathtaking, and I've yet to show this device to anyone that hasn't been impressed by it.
The PSP's abilities to play movies songs, show pictures, and wirelessly play games over WiFi are all added bonuses.
Really, the only problems the review sights is the 3.5 hour battery life and that the PSP too easily gets fingerprint on it.