Not entirely sure what you're asking here. When you say PSP are you asking about the Playstation Portable?
If that is the case then are you asking if hubs written about the PSP are allowed?
A little clarification will go a long way.
I mean can a PSP (Playstaion Portable) go onto hubpages.com with the internet browser.
Yes you can go to hubpages.com with a PSP through the internet browser, but I have not yet tried to actually write or edit hubs while on the PSP. You will be able to read other hubs and see your stats easily though.
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