Definition 1 (Playstation Portable) - Sony's only portable system for video games. It rivals the Nintendo DS
for supremacy of the portable video game market, and can also display images, audio and video. Additionally, it has support for wireless gameplay and internet surfing. Gameplay through the Universal Media Disc (UMD) can be laggy and choppy, along with excessive loading times. Despite this fact, UMDs can hold up to 1.8 GB of data. A large disadvantage is that the PSP lacks innovativity for gameplay, and has a rather low battery life while playing UMD games.
Definition 2 (Paint Shop Pro) - Large-scale graphic-editing software designed by Jasc Software. Rivals Adobe's Photoshop for the graphic-editing software market, despite its low price compared to Photoshop. However, the software is made specifically for Windows Operating Systems only, and is an obvious turn-off to non-Windows users because of it.
1) The PSP is superior to the DS when it comes to hardware specifications, but falls short in terms of gameplay innovativity.
2) PSP is a cheap alternative to Photoshop if you have a Windows OS.