In a previous museum post, I posted my PlayStation Portable and some of the inserts that came with it. Apparently, I didn’t throw away all of the inserts as I found a couple of them while tidying up. With my scanning skills (and patience) having increased over the years, here are the inserts in their entirety. Amazingly it is now over 9 years since I got the PSP, and I still use it regularly. Enjoy!
Unbelievably, it has been nearly 7 years since I bought my PSP, a European version complete with European manual and power adapter.
Over the years, my PSP has accompanied me on various travels, and even more simply, just around town. When we were kids, we would imagine taking our Sega games on the road with us, but it never seemed like it would ever be a reality. With the homebrew/emulation scene being quite active for the PSP, I was able to realize that dream, playing Sega Master System, Sega Genesis, and Super Nintendo games on the road. Nowadays, you can get emulators on smartphones, but for me it was the PSP that was first to that party.
As you can see in the last photo (taken just before writing this post), my PSP has held up pretty well over the years.