Buy Sony PSP
If you didn't buy a Sony PSP when it was released in the first quarter of 2005, you can now purchase the handheld console quite affordably. As many gamers realized that they didn't use the portable system as often as they thought they would, used Sony PSPs began to spring up at video game shops and on the Internet. Buying a cheap Sony PSP that is gently used is a great way to offset the cost of the system.For most people, though, the price of the handheld is worth every penny. Not only can the PSP be used to play games when you're on the go, it can be used to watch UMD movies and listen to your favorite MP3s as well. Most movie studios have accepted the UMD format, and many of today's most popular movie titles are being released in the UMD format the same day that the DVD is released.When shopping for UMD movies, be sure to doublecheck the region code to ensure that the movie will play on a PSP purchased in North America. Fortunately, regional coding is a non-issue with PSP games. This gives gamers more options for title choices, making Japanese and European titles playable.If you have the willpower, it's also possible to purchase cheap PSP games once they've been released for at least a year. Usually, a console's most popular titles will see price drops about a year after their original release dates. This means that if you can wait, you can save upwards of $20 or more on a popular title compared to paying full price for it when it first hits store shelves.