PSP Player’s Indulgence With the PSP X Studio v2.56

What is more mind blowing than getting a new PSP that does not limit you to games only but also provides you an opportunity to enjoy your favorite movie after a quick stolen car in Grand Theft Auto. Such an indulgence is made possible with the release of PSP X Studio v2.56. Though Sony President Ben Feingold’s prediction that movie transfer comes before the end of the year, the production of PSP X Studio v2.56 makes movie watching a little bit earlier. I hope in vain that my 1994 antiquated GameBoy will follow suit soon.

PSP X Studio prides itself by allowing players to download, copy and transfer your hot DVD movies into their PSP and presto! You can now set back and laugh with Jim Carrey while gaining energy for another tough race in Wipeout Pure. Interestingly, X Studio can handle all firmware versions so it can support video transfer, however, you can only purchase it online. To start running movies, your PSP memory must have at least a 256MB memory stick,  but a 1GB or larger is preferred (especially if you want larger movies.)  Oh, and make sure your USB cable is nearby.


What is more mind blowing than getting a new PSP that does not limit you to games only but also provides you an opportunity to enjoy your favorite movie after a quick stolen car in Grand Theft Auto. Such an indulgence is made possible with the release of PSP X Studio v2.56. Though Sony President Ben Feingold’s prediction that movie transfer comes before the end of the year, the production of PSP X Studio v2.56 makes movie watching a little bit earlier. I hope in vain that my 1994 antiquated GameBoy will follow suit soon.

PSP X Studio prides itself by allowing players to download, copy and transfer your hot DVD movies into their PSP and presto! You can now set back and laugh with Jim Carrey while gaining energy for another tough race in Wipeout Pure. Interestingly, X Studio can handle all firmware versions so it can support video transfer, however, you can only purchase it online. To start running movies, your PSP memory must have at least a 256MB memory stick,  but a 1GB or larger is preferred (especially if you want larger movies.)  Oh, and make sure your USB cable is nearby.


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