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PlayStation 3 40GB System
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- Internal 40GB HDD for storing your games, music, and photos
- Built-in Blu-ray player
- Cell Broadband Engine advanced microprocessor
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The PS graphics are very very good, and the blu ray dvd is just an added bonus to a very good game system for the new lower prices. Also, its nice to have the on-line game play be free, compared to the Xbox $50 a year. It's not that the xbox is bad, the PS3 is just more refined. I also expect fewer problems with the PS3 than the Xbox. I have only had one issue with the xbox, the tv connector cable went bad, but I know several people who have had 2-3 360's just die on them.
The Wii shouldn't be compared to the PS3 or the Xbox. Its a great game system with the innovative controlers and the easy to play games. Its the only system my wife will play and she never played games before. That is the beauty of the Wii, it truly is a game system for everyone.
So far I see a lot of pro's for the PS3 and a couple of cons.
Blu Ray DVD
Wireless internet connectin built in
Rechargeable wireless controler
Doesn't run very hot
free on-line game playing
Not many games yet
No hdmi cable included.
This is not the first game console we've had. In the past we've had Super Nintendo, N64, PS1, Xbox and PS2.
I thought it might be time to upgrade and step up to the next generation.
At first I was not sure I would get a PS3. Certainly a year ago, when it was released in late 2006, the price was too high and downright silly for a game system.
Recently I had started looking at the Xbox 360 which on the surface, appears to be cheaper than the 40 GB Playstation 3. However, on further analysis, I realized that the PS3 came with more features "standard," such as wireless network connectivity. Once I started added on the "extras" that would be required to bring the Xbox 360 on par with the PS3, the price of the PS3 seemed much more reasonable.
I was surprised that the 40 GB PS3 is not backwards compatible with PS2 games, but that was not a showstopper for us. We don't tend to hold onto games after we play them. We tend to trade them in. We also still have our PS2 which we'll hold onto for a little while.
I have to say that now that I have the PS3, I love it. I am using it with a Samsung 40" LCD HD TV. It is fantastic. I have it connected via HDMI.
I also have to say that connecting it to my wireless network, a Mac Airport network was incredibly easy. Updating the PS3 firmware via download couldn't have been simpler.
I also downloaded and installed Medialink software from a company called Nullriver and am now streaming music from iTunes and viewing photos from iPhoto both from our Macs. The software was only $20 and again, everything was very easy.Read more ›
First getting my hands on the PS3 made me realize that this is the largest Playstation conosle by volume and weight they have ever come out with. I quickly realized how sturdy and well made this product is. The plastic that is used is solid and heavy duty. I also realized how easy dust and fingerprints attract to the shiny finish which is both plastic and fake chrome. Connecting the PS3 was the easy part. Unlike the Wii and 360 Sony has left the power station inside the console. Which means you only need one heavy duty plug to connect. From the back of the console you have many choices for video and audio outputs. The standard AV outlet is there which allows you to play with the cables it comes with or to buy component cables for high definition viewing. You also have a optical digital output for full digital sound. New to any video game console is HDMI output. This allows you to have the PS3 in full high definiton video and audio. HDMI is capable of a full digital signal allowing 1080p true high definition picture. It is also capable of unleashing 7.1 high definition sound. So audiophiles should be happy about what this console offers. On the front end you get two USB ports. This allows you to connect various devices like a photo camera, internet camera, mouse, or even a printer. The Sony PS3 has a feature that allows it to be on standby at all times. Which is similar to the other consoles. I will talk more about this feature on the PS3 further in the review.
I would like to cover all the interface options the PS3 accompanies seperately so consumers can become aware of all the advantages this console carries.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
the ps4 kept crashing after i got it now its broken after 3 months -.-Published 9 days ago by pyongjinpark
The system does not work. It was a waste of my money and will never buy something like this again. The entire system doesn't work.Published 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
Was this PS3 supposed to come with a controller? I got the console and the cords but no controller.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I've had it for a little while but only played it twice before the HDMI board started giving me trouble. No audio most of the time and screen pixelates red.Published 2 months ago by Philip Hambleton
Terrible. After only 3 months or so of working it started to blink and shut off whenever I tried to turn on the system. Really dissatisfied with this buy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by joseph blot
It's used and runs like it's used. Added a 250GB SSD drive to make it run a little more smoothly. Will be chipping it next.Published 3 months ago by SativaLive
It stop working a week after I got it the hold system just crashedPublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer