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PS1- Console- 1 x Controller-Mem Card ( PS1)

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The PSone is Sony's smaller, redesigned version of its PlayStation video game console.[6] The PSone is considerably smaller than the original PlayStation (dimensions being 38 mm × 193 mm × 144 mm versus 45 mm × 260 mm × 185 mm). It was released on July 7, 2000,[7] and went on to outsell all other consoles throughout the remainder of the year—including Sony's own PlayStation 2 (yet the PlayStation 2 overtook this eventually).[6] The PSone is fully compatible with all PlayStation software. There were six differences between the PSone and the original PlayStation. The first was a major cosmetic change to the console; it became much smaller. The second was the lack of a separate reset button; the user "resets" this console simply by turning it off and then on again (the power button also has the word "RESET" on it to reduce confusion by users reading a game manual referencing a reset button that is effectively nonexistent). The third was the system menu Graphical User Interface. The fourth was an added protection against the use of modchips (by changing the internal layout and making previous-generation modchip devices unusable). The fifth is a lack of the original PlayStation's parallel and serial ports. These ports allowed multiple consoles to be connected for multiplayer, or to connect a console to debugging software, as well as to third-party game enhancement devices such as the GameShark

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