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    psp Review: PSP 3600mAh Battery Pack

    PSP 3600mAh Battery Pack
    Manufacturer: Dragonplus
    Site : Buy from Brando
    Price: $20.00

    Overview : This battery pack provides 1800mAh of extra power for your PSP console, double the battery life and extend your play time.

    Features :
    • Extended to 3600mAh after installing the original battery
    • Extend your play time
    • Inner lithium battery
    • 1800mAh, 3.7V
    • Size : 72.8 x 47.8 x 31.3 mm
    • Weight : 59gm

    Quality/Usability : This isnt your normal external battery pack where you charge and than plug into your PSP. This one is actually like an attachment or an adapter (see pictures). Installation setup is easy and is just like you would place the PSP battery into the PSP..just that there is an extra attachment.

    Installation :
    • Open PSP battery cover
    • Take out PSP battery
    • Place PSP battery into battery pack
    • Place PSP battery cover onto battery pack
    • Place PSP battery pack into PSP system
    • Complete

    Unlike the other battery packs, there is no charging. You dont plug this into any adapters and there is no ON/OFF switch to conserve battery. Just simply place this inside the PSP's battery port and place the PSP battery into this battery pack and thats it.

    To remove the battery pack, there is a button that you press on top. Removing the battery itself is a little hard. I had to use a credit card to get pop it out. Other than that..the battery and battery pack fit snuggly in its place.

    The packaging of the battery claims you get up to 12 hours. Thats an additional 6-8 hours.

    Conclusion : This is a nice piece of an accessory. Blends in with the PSP nicely. It even accepts the PSP battery cover to cover the back. My only complaint is the size of it. Its kind of bulky, so it gets a little use to. Not to mention, if you're using a Logitech PlayGear Pocket, you wont be able to use the case at all due to the size of the battery pack. You'll either have to eliminate the use of the case or remove the battery pack each time you're not playing.

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    Its a shame that the HDD eats it at a rate almost that of the old Atari Lynx when the HDD is in heacy use, such as when emulating stuff, short test blasts of Daedauls saw it drop to almost half full from a full charge.

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