Conclusion : Overall, the PSP Slim & Lite Component Cable works well for an aftermarket product. Colors and images could use better quality. The noticeable jaggies was expected since you're scaling up an image. The price tag of $14.95 is fairly reasonable as its only $5.00 less than the official cables.
There is also a video showing the XCM 1080p VGA Box allowing you to hook up the PSP Slim component cable and be able to play on a VGA monitor. You can read the news and our full review on the XCM 1080p VGA box .
Both and Component Video cable deliver signals as three discrete color components, together with sync information which allows the display to determine when a new line, or a new frame, begins. The delivers these along three data channels in a format called T.M.D.S., which stands for "Transition Minimized Differential Signaling." Big words aside, the T.M.D.S. format basically involves a blue channel to which horizontal and vertical sync are added, and separate green and red channels (though HDMI can also be configured to use "color-difference" colorspace--see below).