Yes. First off, I’m talking about PMP, not a PIMP. But pimp jokes are going to be rather common now, with this sweet little device in action. It may not look like much, but this PSP-killer is packed with more stuff than your grandma’s attic.
The manufacturer of this beauty, the Portable Media Player is “3rd party”, but I and Engadget are pretty sure it was made in China. I mean, we just need a Chinglish instruction manual to prove it. But regardless of electronic ethnicity, the PMP is able to:
- Emulate NES, SNES, Sega MD and SMC.
- Play AVI, MPEG-4, DivX, XviD, MP3, WMA, and FLAC files (with an “Equlizer”, OMG.)
- View JPG, GIF, BMP images.
- Capture videos with a 1.3 megapixel MPEG-4 video camera.
- Record sound (MP3).
- Read E-Books.
- Support 4-goddamned-gigabytes via SD card.
- Smash Sony’s teeth and swallow it whole.
Yeah, that above list contains more things than your godforsaken computer can. The PSP costs $200 and can’t emulate the SNES. The sweet, sweet PMP can, at a mere $109.68 (or 850.00 in Hong Kong currency). I freaking want this.
[Engadget via Gizmodo. Buy it here.]
2 thoughts on “Forget the PSP, I want a PMP!”
The PSP costs $170, and I think it can emulate SNES with t3h hax1? Still, this does everything anyone would want a psp for. Who plays PSP games on a PSP?
Hey hey, let’s not forget the possible Chinglish booklet!