There is no way to charge a PSP (PlayStation Portable) without a charger if the battery is totally dead. The PSP is designed to charge with a USB cable connected to a computer once the battery is nearly empty. However, this will not work if the battery is completely empty. The only way to charge the PSP if the battery is empty is to purchase a new charger.
These can be purchased from around $10 online from stores such as eBay and Amazon. The PSP was launched in Japan in 2004, with the North American and PAL regions following in 2005. The PSP was the first handheld video game console to use a disc format for the games. It was marketed as a robust, large screened console.
Another selling point was the capability to connect the device with a PlayStation 2 or PlayStation 3, as well as with the Internet and with other PSPs. The original PSP had a 4.3-inch screen and was seen as the direct competitor to the Nintendo DS. Since the release of the original PSP there have been many upgrades available. The latest of these is the PSP Go. This was released in 2009, and games must be downloaded from the PlayStation Store to play.
The screen has a sliding mechanism and this allows the keyboard to be hidden away when not in use. PlayStation Vita is currently in development and will be available to buy in early 2012. This handheld console is the successor to PSP and will include two analog sticks, a 5-inch touch screen, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi support. The device will be compatible with all PSP games that were available on the PlayStation Network.