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PSP Hacks, Mods, and Expansionsby Dave Prochnow
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PUMP UP THE WOW! OF YOUR PSP(tm)
Packed with the mother lode of geek tweaks, tricks, and upgrades, award-winning how-to writer Dave Prochow's "PSP(tm) Hacks, Mods, and Expansions" gives you everything you need to morph your Sony PlayStation(r) Portable into the hottest handheld on the planet. This one-of-a-kind sourcebook makes modifying PSP(tm) pie-easy. You can't find more PSP fun, finesse, and future-features anywhere! To make the whole trip more gratifying, Dave smoothes the way for those who merely aspire to geekdom. Within this book's covers, you'll find complete, goof-proof, illustrated, insider's guidance: Transform a cool toy into a digital device extraordinaire! Exploit a veritable terabyte of tips on ramping up to a lean, mean, do-almost-anything machine Crack 'n hack with a full Gray's on PSP's anatomy Conjure with cookbook-style directions to brew up just the electronic magic you want Turn on Web browsing Compete live and remote with Beijing's (or Boise's) best gamers Download hot audio and movie functions with clips from the companion Web site Polish up PSP's hardware for greater durability, memory, and stylin' Grab the coolest games with the author's expert ratings Clone PSP hacks for other digital devices you may own Learn about the hottest PSP Web sites, forums, and other resources Speak PSP with a full command file and expert glossary Download the entire book onto your PSP Go where no gamer has gone before!
TAKE PSP(tm) TO THE OUTER LIMITS OF COOL — AND USEFUL!
About the Author
Dave Prochnow is a frequent contributor to Nuts and Volts and SERVO Magazine, as well as the author of 25 nonfiction books. Dave also won the 2001 Maggie Award for the best “how-to” article in a consumer magazine. In collaboration with Mark Tilden, Dave has just finished assembling an enormous selection of robot tips, programs, and hacks into his forthcoming book, The Official Robosapien Hacker's Guide (TAB Electronics, 2005). You can learn more about this book and other robotics/electronics projects at Dave’s Web site: www.pco2go.com.
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