Hong Kong, January 31, 2008 — Despite to be Sony’s biggest annoyance, the hacking of Sony PSP never ends and it seems now the wining toward hackers. The last year’s debut of Pandora’s battery, unveiled the secrets of PSP firmware downgrade. Continually, a third-party’s announcement of the mass production of Pandora’s battery makes the process of downgrade only inches to PSP users.
Gogamestuff.Lnc, which originally was a gaming resource site before making its trade in 2005, recently began the service of wholesale Pandora’s battery to individuals or corporations. “Any single decision we made was build on the analysis of our Internet targeted users” said Ann Robin, manager of market department of the company. “Most of our consumer is those who like playing various video games and may be willing to spend several dollars to downgrade if they know they can play more free homebrew applications” added she.
A lot of buzz has showed around since last August. A group of smart hackers from N00bz created the ultimate PSP hacking approach called “Pandora’s battery” which was promised to downgrade any existing even future PSP firmware to the previous 1.5 version. What is Sony’s response is patching their batteries by making them in Japan no longer China and thereby the batteries are Pandora-proof. Gogamestuff. Lnc use the original made-in-china PSP batteries and transfer them into Pandora’s battery before sold, to allow risk free to PSP downgraders. For further information visit http://www.gogamestuff.com/gogamestuff-topseller-skuid-a07122700ux0001-brandid-3 -typeid-29-detail.html.
About Gogamestuff. Lnc
Has been online since 2005, originally a gaming resource site, Gogamestuff.com mainly focusing on selling Video Games accessories covering Sony PS2/3, PSP, Microsoft Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii and DS lite.
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