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The Gadget Geek's Guide to Your Sony PlayStation Portable
     

The Gadget Geek's Guide to Your Sony PlayStation Portable

by Jerri L. Ledford
 

You now own a Sony PSP(TM)— the hottest portable gaming system on the market. You're probably already playing games and listening to music, but did you know that your PSP is capable of much, much more? Get ready to take a whirlwind tour of your PSP, the awesome features that you already know about, and several others that might take you by surprise! Did you

Overview

You now own a Sony PSP(TM)— the hottest portable gaming system on the market. You're probably already playing games and listening to music, but did you know that your PSP is capable of much, much more? Get ready to take a whirlwind tour of your PSP, the awesome features that you already know about, and several others that might take you by surprise! Did you know that you can use your PSP as a flashlight and can add solar power functionality? Each chapter in this Gadget Geek's Guide is a stand-alone tutorial designed to help you use your PSP like a pro. It's your supercharged guide to the amazing things that your PSP is capable of, including ripping and watching movies, setting up a wireless connection, using your PSP as a portable hard drive, and using your PSP as a remote control.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781598632361
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
02/27/2006
Series:
The Gadget Geek's Guide Ser.
Edition description:
1ST
Pages:
264
Product dimensions:
7.36(w) x 8.88(h) x 0.66(d)

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Meet the Author

Jerri Ledford jumped on the technology bandwagon nearly 10 years ago. She covered the Internet before the dot-com bust and came back for more. During her time as a freelance writer, she's had more than 700 articles published. Her work has appeared in publications such as: Intelligent Enterprise, Network World, Information Security Magazine, and many others. In addition to covering all aspects of cybersecurity, she has written on many technical topics including: application service providers, outsourcing, customer relationship management, business intelligence, storage, emerging technologies and web services. She also writes and teaches technology courses for organizations such as Hewlett Packard and CNET. Her non-technical writing has appeared in publications like At-Home Mother, Back Home, Baton Rouge Parent, Writer's Digest, Your Home and Family, and many more. Jerri has had two books published: Marketing Your eBook: The Only Guide You'll Ever Need (in e-book format, Robert's Publishing, 2001) and Web Services: Understanding Service Level Management (trade paperback, ContentCan Publishing, Ltd., 2002).

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