Hey, check out my Sony PSP… wait, hang on, that’s no Sony PSP! No, of course it’s not, because this site is not called Life of PSP! No, this is the Megafeis G600 and while it may have all the lawsuit-tempting looks of the Japanese giant’s gaming on-the-go gadget, this Android-powered beauty is actually much, much better.
For a start it is Android (4.0) and that’s always an improvement. Secondly, with a 1GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor, a PowerVR SGX531 GPU, built-in motion sensor, 512MB of DD3 memory (expandable via microSD), a 5-inch capacitive touch-screen, support for Wi-Fi 802.11b and g, and a high-res 800×480 display, it is far better specced than the PSP, offering more power and twice the resolution.
Available for around a mere US $77 from here, the Megafeis even features an HDMI compatible out to let you hook it up and play any and all offerings from Google Play on the comfort of your big screen enormo-telly once you get home.
So, bearing all that I mind, the only question is: when you’ve got a gadget this good with market-leader-beating specs, why would you bother to try and pass it off as something inferior? That’s not a PSP, that’s an expensive Megafeis knock-off!