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John Denver
November 14th, 2004, 3:58 PM
Since DS has one :P

MIPS R4000 32-bit core
128-bit bus
1-333MHz (1.2V)
32MB main memory
4MB embedded DRAM (2MB for the Media Engine, 2MB for the Graphics Core)
2.6Gbps bus bandwidth
FPU, VFPU (2.6 billion flops)
3D graphics extended instructions
I Cache, D Cache

PSP Media Engine
MIPS R4000 32-bit core
128-bit bus
1-333MHz (1.2V)
2MB eDRAM submemory
I-Cache, D-Cache
90nm CMOS

PSP Graphics Core
1-166MHz (1.2V)
256-bit bus
5.3Gbps bus bandwidth
664 million pixels per second pizel fill rate
3D curved surface and 3D polygon engine
Support for compressed textures, hardware clipping, morphing, bone, tessellation, bezier, b-spline (NURBS)
Maximum of 33 million polygons per second
24-bit full color (RGBA)

Sound Core
VME (Virtual Mobile Engine)
Reconfigurable DSP
166MHz (1.2 V)
128-bit bus
5 giga operations per second
CODEC capabilities
3D sound, 7.1 channels
Synthesizer, effecter, and other abilities
ATRAC3 plus, AAC, MP3 for audio
Built in stereo speakers

UMD (Universal Media Disc)
60mm-diameter disc
660nm laser diode
1.8GB capacity (dual-layered disc)
11Mbps transfer rate
AES 128bit encryption
Unique disc ID
Shock proof
Regional code system
Parental lock system
Repeat ordering system
Playback only

Available UMD Formats: PSP Game, UMD Audio, UMD Video
ATRAC3plus, PCM, MPEG4 AVC audio codecs
MPEG4 AVC, ATRAC3plus, Caption PNG video codecs

Directional butons
Analog pad
PlayStation buttons (Triangle, Circle, Cross, Square)
Two triggers
Start, Select, Home
Power On/Hold/Off Switch
Brightness & Volume Control
Wireless LAN on/off
UMD Eject

Size Details
Weight: Approx. 260g
Dimensions: 170mm wide x 74mm long x 23mm deep
UMD Weight: Approx. 10g
UMD Dimensions: approx. 65mm x 64mm x 4.2mm

Other Specifications
16:9-format widescreen TFT LCD (4.3", 480x272 pixels, 24-bit full color)
MPEG4 AVC decoder
Wireless LAN (802.11b)
IrDA (Infrared Data Association)
IR Remote (SIRCS)
USB 2.0 (Target)
Memory Stick PRO Duo
AV in/out
Stereo headphone out
Microphone/Control connector
Lithium ion battery
Expansion port
DC Out 5V
Terminals for charging built-in battery

I frankly have no idea what any of this mean...but I got it from this (http://www.thunderboltgames.com/features/viewfeature.php?fid=75) site so...yeah

And I'm not gonna make the mistake of leaving this open ;)