The PSP’s monochrome, neutral-colored looks may appeal to the minimalist tastes of some people, but other people prefer to make their PSPs look a little more personalized. If you’re one of these people and you want to really make your PSP your own, your best bet is to add some customizations to the console itself.
The good news is that there are many customizations that you can do for your PSP. Customizing your PSP is easy, so you should find it easy to inject some of your own personality into it. Here are some convenient ways to add some customization your PSP.
Putting skins on your PSP is one of the easiest ways to customize it. A skin is a sticker designed according to your PSP’s shape; by using skins, you won’t have to do any cutting to make the stickers fit your PSP. There are a wide variety of PSP skins available on the market today. At online retailers and brick-and-mortar stores for videogame console accessories, you’ll be able to find skins for your PSP’s front, back, or even sets of skins for both.
If you’re planning to put some skins on your PSP, make sure that you go for skins that can be removed easily. That way, the skins won’t leave any marks or residue on your PSP when you remove it for replacement.
If you’re looking for a mod that’s a little more drastic, go for a faceplate. A faceplate is a replacement for the front of your PSP’s body. You can do this yourself, if you can open up your PSP’s front without causing damage to the body. It’s best to install a custom faceplate after your PSP’s warranty runs out, since this customization voids the warranty (unless, of course, if you’re willing to pay full-price for repairs).