Sliding PSP Concept Looks a Retro Joystick When Closed

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This very slim PSP concept was created by Nick Kim and you have to know that the console uses a sliding mechanism that hides its hot display beneath parts that incorporate the gaming buttons. When closed, the device looks like an old school controller, but when the PlayStation Portable is open it looks as if the older version was cut in half and made more elegant, although it looks a bit fragile that way.

What do you say about this PSP design?

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  • this is perfect as it looks! But it can bd maximize!, from the middle top and button, try to closed it fully by a triangular placing between! to fit!, and i’ll suggest to use a “flipping!” joystick cover from back to front!, & lastly! , using the whole cross dpad controller(nintendo like dpad) would be nice for the perfect sensation beast gaming experience! and a 6 action keys!(6keys is perfect!)”6 is better than 4″. & My dream came true!.

  • i forgot something!, to say, this is perfect as it looks! But it can be maximize!, from the middle top and button, try to closed it fully by a triangular placing between! to fit!, and i’ll suggest to use a “flipping!” w/sliding! joystick cover from back to front!, & lastly! , using the whole cross dpad controller(nintendo like dpad) would be nice for the perfect sensation beast gaming experience! and a 6 action keys!(6keys is perfect!)”6 is better than 4″. & My dream came true!.