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    turpin is offline -Hacks Newbie
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    Both PSPs I've owned have had the same ergonomic 'feature', namely that of the ability to remove the skin on my ring finger (?3rd finger form thumb?) on my left hand...

    Anyone else had this? It's the strap holder that rubs and it's quite rough....


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    its never done that to me, maybe you grip it too tightly?

    I would grip it tightly too though, damn expensive ass psp.

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    I've never had that, but back when I had my original bigass Gameboy my thumbs used to ache. The skin'll toughen up sooner or later.
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    Yeah after a while it will get stronger and it will happen less..

    I don't know what to tell you. Its never happened to me before. maybe you hold the PSP funny or something. Try getting a case to prevent that from happening. http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/pr...ontentid=10181
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    Randomstickynote is offline Senior Member -Hacks Guru
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    WTF, my ring finger doesnt ever touch the strap holder... You must be holding it kinda weird...

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    Yeah I just picked up my psp to feel it... Theres no way my fingers touch the strap holder either. And BTW, you must be holding the psp way too tight.
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    Hmmm I've just picked it up and examined how I hold, pretty sure it's not too tight, but I can't see another way of holding it;

    2 handed of course;

    left thumb on analog button, right thumb on 'X''O' pad thingy
    left index on L button, right index on R button
    left middle on back over MS bit, right middle on battery case - supports the PSP from the back
    left ring finger under the strap bit, right ring finger under the power connector - supports PSP from underneath
    both little fingers dangle free


    How does anyone else hold it?

    Kinda reminds me of when I was learning guitar... painful for a few weeks then builds up some strength...

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    i've never had this problem but sometimes but hands do hurt they kinda get stiff into the curved edges of the psp

    my datel solved the problem but it broke

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    Dammit Sony develope some microdrive technology...

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    The psp isn't the most comfortable thing to hold for long periods of time, but if its removing skin from your hand, you might want to consider putting it the f down.

    also microdrives spin(not good for moving portable stations) and are slow, lets just hope for 8gig and better duos

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