@AC - Gadget Show
The "reviewer" is a rabid apple-fanboi. He will refuse to use a PC if anything apple badged is available, you may as well have had Steve Jobs doing the review, I knew the apple would win as soon as he started the review (5 stars for a non-gaming system, 3 for the PSP?).
He "forgot" to mention that the PSP has DLC and can easily play PS1 games giving a library of, well, lots of games, as well as the ability to hook into a PS3 (you can download games on the PS3 and transfer them to the PSP).
I own a PSP1000 (got mine from HK before it was out in the UK cheaper than the cost of the new - inferior screen - model that was released here) and have CFW (custom firmware) letting me rip my old PS1 games into ISO's and stick them onto my memory stick and play them on the PSP. Does the apple crap have the ability to play FF7 or Suikoden? Hell no!
He banged on about the apple being able to have 32GB! No shit? So does the PSP and the DS.
I also own a DS (love it) with an Acekard which lets me back up my carts and stick them all onto one memory card, so it also has 32GB+ (actually its SDHC or whatever it is, so its the maximum that will allow).
The DS and the PSP are two seperate, distinct consoles which appeal to two different types of gamers. Both are fantastic systems *at what they do*. Any short comings from the DS are filled in by the PSP, and the PSP's shortfallings are covered by the DS.
All in all, the apple stuff is for short games for people with short attention spans, the sort of games you download for a couple of quid, play for a couple of hours then throw away, the DS/PSP are for people who love games and want to play them on a system that caters for gamers.
Needless to say, I turned the gadget show over and will never watch that pile of crap again.
Also, El Reg compared the apple/PSP/DS on this site not long ago, the apple lost by a large margin, and we trust El Reg!