PSP Go's SensMe: First Look

PlayStation LifeStyle writes:

"At Sony's E3 2009 Press Conference Kaz Hirai announced along side the Media Go application, another application called SensMe. SensMe takes your stored music, or video, and creates a playlist according to your mood. The application wasn't shown during the conference, and we haven't heard much about it since."

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decimalator3272d ago

I'm sick of freaking Windows-only software. I'm getting a PSP Go on day one, but I can't use any of the media features because I have a Mac. Then again, I would probably never use half of the features of MediaGo anyways. Oh well.

Sev3272d ago

Admittedly Media Go has a pretty slick interface, and connects to the PS Store.

saint_john_paul_ii3272d ago

PC store via flash isnt pretty good. im hoping they overhaul the PC store and give it that Media Center look and feel. not that i want to complain and all.

DJ3272d ago (Edited 3272d ago )

Kaz only briefly mentioned it at the Sony Conference. Lookin' good. =]

Myst3272d ago

Hmm, I may very well try this one out when it gets released. I enjoyed Media Go and have enjoyed it thus far.

SpaceSquirrel3272d ago

It looked pretty good for me as well.

Karum3272d ago

I need ti upgrade my MP3 player, now I want a PSP Go but I dunno if I wanna use it for an mp3 player or go for the new x series walkman.

decisions decisions

Sev3272d ago

As cool as the PSP Go is, I don't think I could see myself using it as an MP3 player.

MP3 players need to be smaller. Much smaller.

MP3 players need to take abuse as well, say if you are using it at the gym. The PSP Go would be a terrible fit for that.