You’ve seen some of the worst iPod knockoffs ever, now check out a few PSP designs that should’ve never been made.


Just a bit smaller than the PSP, the JXD683 boasts a 2.5″ LCD display, SD/MMC expansion slot, digital MPEG4 camcorder, MP3/Video playback, and is priced at $133. All those features might make this system seem like a bargain, but its still missing a 3D graphics engine. Aesthetically, the JXD683 has a very dull uninspired design which mimics the PSP’s, and it also uses a very similar button configuration/placement. [Source]


Green Apple’s AP3100 sports a PSP-inspired design, but doesn’t even offer gaming capabilites. Featuring a 3.6-inch LCD display, 1.3-megapixel camera, 512MB of internal memory, and an SD card slot. Plus, it can play Super Nintendo games via emulator straight out of the box. Supported media formats include: AVI, DivX, XviD, MP3, WMA, and FLAC. [Source]

Stony PSP Clone

It’s a Stony! This blatant PSP knockoff features an LCD display, 30 built-in games, 256MB of memory, and an SD/MMC card slot. There’s also support for MP3/WMA formats and video playback. No word yet on pricing and availability — or if it will ever hit the states.

It’s not really a game machine, but more of a media player.



The POPStation could quite possibly be the king of all PSP knockoffs. You definitely don’t get any pop for your money, but rather headaches when trying to play this monstrosity.