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iSound PSP Pro lets you dock your PSP

Marc Perton
September 13, 2005
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Sure, we know what that second P in PSP stands for. But sometimes we'd like to be able to take advantage of the PSP's audio and video functions while we're not on the move. You know how we do. So, we like the fact that PSP docks are starting to hit the market, complete with all the usual features you'd expect from such base stations, including speakers, chargers, and, of course, color coordination. The iSound PSP Pro (yes, we know its name is a throwback to accessories for another portable device) is a $50 base with speakers, a bass boost button, a black finish and a carrying case, just in case you want to exercise that second P and bring this along for the ride.

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