Let's be honest: The PSP has room for improvement. The existing PSP is a slick device, but overlarge and saddled with an aging UMD drive that adds bulk and a battery-draining disc.
Enter the PSP Go, a much smaller, sexier device that drops the UMD, adds 16 GB of flash RAM and Bluetooth, and compresses the older PSP's brick-like form factor to a narrower, sleeker size and shape. Sure, the screen is a little smaller, and Sony didn't add a second analog stick or touchscreen. It's also a touch pricey, weighing in at $249 (expect that price to drop to $199 rapidly as RAM prices fall). But taken for what it is, the PSP Go is a huge success.