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03 January 2006 @ 12:06 am
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I'm thinking of selling my PSP.

First of all, any objections? I really haven't gotten a lot of use out of it, I haven't found a lot of the games too entertaining (besides Lumines), and it really doesn't seem to even compare with, say, the Nintendo DS in terms of gameplay and, well, overall feasibility. So yes, I've obviously admitted defeat in the handheld wars, but I just want my money back while the going's still tough.

Second of all, I'm thinking I should sell all of my stuff for it individually. Or at least all the games I got for it and then the PSP and supplies.

This is what I have and what I've paid for 'em:

PSP v1.5, 32MB memory stick, headphones, Sampler Disc, Spiderman 2, AC adapter = $250
Case = $20
1GB memory stick = $100
Lumines = $40
Mercury = $40
Wipeout Pure = $40
GTA: LCS = $50
5 UMD cases = $10
USB charger/cord = $15

I'm thinking of selling the PSP with the stuff that came with it as well as the case and USB charger. Then maybe I'd sell the 1GB memory stick on its own, and then each game separately. Any other advice? Think it's worth the effort? Since the PSP is still version 1.5, should I expect any extra? I'll probably try to throw all of this stuff on eBay.
Will Chang is DEADclosed_sunday on January 4th, 2006 04:30 am (UTC)
Yeah, I'd say go with what you said about selling the PSP with the bundled items and everything else seperately, unless you want to throw it all together and charge one insanely high price or something.

Perhaps you can find a price higher than what the PSP is worth and set that price as a BuyItNow option, and include the case or USB charger as a bonus if someone chooses that option. That would kind of make it more appealing, I think.