updated 09:35 am EDT, Thu August 17, 2006
PSP Phone Modification
Aftermarket changes to hardware normally fall outside the scope of this site, but those that could have a significant impact on how many people use the device in question are certainly worth investigation. An example is the PSPhone: as the name implies, an enterprising user has discovered a way to integrate cellphone functions with Sony's handheld console on a basic level. Though it can't yet make inbound calls due to the absence of keypad-style controls, the PSPhone modifcation can receive calls through either CDMA or GSM phone networks and route the audio through a microphone-equipped headset. The inventor would like to sell a more refined version of the modification for about $60.