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What’s the difference between an ipod touch and a psp?

Question by Becca O: What’s the difference between an ipod touch and a psp?
I know the ipod touch has the music store and more gigs and the psp has a bigger screen. Which one do you think I’ll get my money’s worth out of and best answer gets the 10pts.

Best answer:

Answer by Red Devil – Khmer Pride
I think it depends. If you’re more likely play games, I think PSP is good for you. PSP can play games, view pictures, play music, and play videos just like Ipod Touch except the Touch Screen. Ipod Touch has touch screen built in but PSP not but they’re both have wifi built in. You can get more space on PSP up to 16 GB on your PSP when purchase memory stick for it. Or if you’re more likely listen to music and want one of the most popular mp3 on the market right now, I think Ipod Touch is better for you coz it has more features than PSP but except the Video Games experience ( PSP is better ) but you can still play.

Well I think you should get Ipod Touch. One of The Most Popular Mp3 in the Market.

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  1. demonskull
    June 17th, 2013 at 19:36 | #1

    simple. the PSP is for people who are more into games, and the touch is more focused on music, videos, etc… and the touch doesn’t have that many (or any at all) big time game developers. go for the PSP as it can do almost all of what an iTouch can do and more, although it doesn’t have a touch screen. :D

  2. wentzel142
    June 17th, 2013 at 19:40 | #2

    Both devices’ features can be divided into two categories: Main focus, and Bonuses. The main focus of a device is the feature that is the most advertised. The bonuses are simply the additional features the companies added for extra appeal.

    The PSP’s main focus is gaming, with better developer support than the iPod Touch. The additional features for the PSP are media capability and internet browsing. For music and movies (media) you’ll have to buy a Memory stick, which isn’t included with the PSP.

    The iPod Touch, on the other hand, was mainly developed for the media support and internet browsing. Though the iPod has application and game support, it hasn’t got the developer support and the games that the PSP has.

    If you’re more interested in games, go for the PSP.

    If you’re more interested in music and video, take the iPod Touch.

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