Whatever you might think, PSP has been a success. Nearly 25 million of the sleek gaming portables have been sold since it was first launched in Japan at the end of 2004 .
However, PlayStation Portable could use some work. And, if the recently refuelled rumours of a redesigned PSP 2 are to be believed, Sony knows it.
Certainly at GamesRadar, they reckon PSP hasn't yet reached its full potential. They believe, Sony just needs to unlock the handheld's strengths and cut down on the weaknesses. So here are five things that GamesRadar would like to see included in a reworked PSP, aimed at improving its gaming credentials.
A better LCD screen
Integrated GPS and camera
Longer battery life
Onboard flash memory
No software restrictions