With the PlayStation 3’s “Remote Play” function, users are able to control their system using a PSP via Wi-Fi. Video after the jump.

In remote play, the PS3 becomes an access point, and the PSP needs to hook up to it Ad Hoc. At least that’s how it went for us. Mainly, because the PS3 wouldn’t let us set up an AP that was WEP, it wanted to go to WAP on our G network. Anyhow, its fine: the PS3 remained connected to our main internet access point while this was going on

[via Gizmodo]

With the PlayStation 3’s “Remote Play” function, users are able to control their system using a PSP via Wi-Fi. Video after the jump.

In remote play, the PS3 becomes an access point, and the PSP needs to hook up to it Ad Hoc. At least that’s how it went for us. Mainly, because the PS3 wouldn’t let us set up an AP that was WEP, it wanted to go to WAP on our G network. Anyhow, its fine: the PS3 remained connected to our main internet access point while this was going on

[via Gizmodo]