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What is the difference between psp 2000 and psp 3000?

What is the difference between psp 2000 and psp 3000 according to its performance and style?

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PSP Slim and Lite (2000 series) 
33% lighter than the original
19% thinner than the original
The redesign also features composite TV output, supports charging via USB, double the onboard RAM (32 MB to 64 MB), and has a brighter screen.
catches UMD data for shorter loading times

PSP-3000
Its based on the Slim & Lite (PSP-2000) design
PSP-3000 features an improved LCD screen, a built-in microphone, and expanded video-out. 
The LCD screen features a higher contrast ratio, shorter response time, and wider color gamut, as well as anti-reflective technology for improved visibility in well-lit environments.
Expanded video-out capability allows gameplay video to be output in interlaced format.

Unless your going to be using a mic, in well lit environments, and are really bothered about pic quality go for Slim&Lite as it is cheaper.

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