From USA Network's 'The Clik' website:
Do you remember the PSP (Playstation Portable)? It was the Sony portable game system that boasted 480 x 272 pixel resolution, 16.7 million colors and a 333MHz processor. Technically, it sounds like a pretty awesome system, right? The portable device has seen several iterations all brandishing a futuristic label like the PSP 1000, the PSP 2000 or last year's PSP 3000. Gamers could also take a break from gaming to watch full-length feature films on the ultra-wide screen. So, why is it that a system that sounds so cool to play on the go (which just happens to be the latest PSP branding scheme - PSP Go) has faired so poorly in the gaming market?