David Walker writes:
"Is there really that much demand for an oversized, poorly designed VoIP device? At that, do we really need to talk to people while playing Syphon Filter or SOCOM? Truthfully, I get annoyed when people talk to me while I'm playing Sudoku on my PSP, much less a more engaging game or movie. Plus, is the PSP really designed to be used practically as a VoIP device? Its form-factor reminds me more of the "side-talking" Nokia N-Gage device of yore than it does a practical voice communications device. Sure, you could use a headset with it, but that argument sure didn't help the N-Gage sell more units. I chuckle when I think about people using their PSP to dial up a friend, only to hold the unit against their face or shout at the PSP so their friend can hear them over the background noise."