Sony PSP-3000

Identifies itself as Netscape 4.0, but is actually a version of NetFront.

Sony PSP-3000 controller

Last updated: 26 February 2014

Many thanks to Guillote Paz for doing the research for this console browser.

HTML5 Test: Test wouldn't run

As of February 2013. Source: html5test.com

CSS3 Test: Test wouldn't run

As of February 2013. Source: css3test.com

Acid 3 Test: Untested

As of February 2013. Source: acid3.acidtests.org

The screen is not a touch screen. There is a small cursor that can be moved around using the left thumbstick. The d-pad cycles through links on the page and scrolls.

The left and right shoulder pads move back and forward through the browser history. Holding down the square button and tapping the right shoulder pad opens up a new tab. There can be up to 3 tabs open at once.

The browser standard is very low. A lot of sites don't load, or content doesn't appear. Typing is very fiddly, keyboard is SMS style and the select and cancel keys are mapped differently to modern PlayStation controls (select and cancel are swapped round)

Text size can be adjusted in the settings.

Operating System Unknown OS
Screen Resolution 480 x 272
Web Browser Netscape 4 Actually NetFront
Browser Size 480 x 272
Color Depth 16
Javascript Enabled
Flash Version Not Installed
Cookies Enabled
User Agent Mozilla/4.0 (PlayStation Portable); 2.00)
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