Sony has hinted at a programme of replacing existing PSP owners' UMDs should they fancy a PSP Go. Doing the decent thing or fleecing the customer?
From Joystiq comes a rumor that Logitech is developing a UMD add-on drive for the PSP Go.
Dedicated mobile gamers have been asking what, if anything, could they do with their collections of UMD game and movie discs if they upgrade to the PSP Go.
Sony has confirmed with CNET that production has officially ended for the PSP Go, the company's UMD-less portable system that debuted in late 2009. The Go was undeniably sexy, improving upon the traditional PSP's overall design.
Sony is rumoured to be developing the PSP 2 for release possibly as early as autumn of this year, and it may abolish the UMD format in favour of digital downloads
Thanks to a developer's post on Facebook and Twitter, rumors are flying that a new PSP2 is forthcoming and that it will ditch the UMD disc drive in favor of just flash memory.
It's the portable gaming debate that will never go away. Can Sony's all-download, UMD-free PSP Go gaming handheld take down the Nintendo DSi?
Today Sony releases a brand-new game for the PSP, and there will be no UMD in sight.
Another rumor surfaces about the next-gen PSP and how it will not only do away with the UMD disc system but will add a sliding screen.
If you can live without any room for storing UMD games or extra memory cards, the Logitech PlayGear Pocket Slim is one of the best cases available for your slim PSP.