Submitted by Rob Rymond 2942d ago | news

Unofficial PSP batteries 'damaging' to handheld

Sony has warned consumers that buying and using unofficial batteries in your PSP, could be damaging to the handheld. (PSP)

bernie  +   2942d ago
So only use Sony's own batteries, right?
What a load of rubbish, mind you I suppose they've got to try and pay back that $698 million bank loan somehow

http://www.news4gamers.com/...

:)
FreeMonk  +   2942d ago
Load of bollocks! Poor Sony are so hard up that they have to lie to consumers to buy there products!! Ehhhh, wait a minute? Haven't they done that before!?
DC RID3R  +   2942d ago
de-ja-vu!?!?!?!?
why is the psp reminding me of the lynx!?!?!
dfb1977  +   2942d ago
Grow up Sony
Third party batteries are used in probably 80% of the worlds products. Other companies are capable of manufacturing products. And do you really think the CEO's of these companies want the law suits and possible prison time that would go with exploding batteries.

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