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Sony PlayStation 3 98418 Gaming Console (With Game PadBlack - NVIDIA - 1920 x 1080 - BD Video, DVD Video - Blu-ray Disc Player - 160 GB HDD - Fast Ethernet - Bluetooth - Wireless LAN - HDMI - USB)
$250.00 to $300.00
Experience unprecedented control, access and enjoyment of a full range of digital media. The PLAYSTATION 3 160GB system also comes standard with built-in 802.11 b/g wireless internet, making it possible to download playable demos, movie trailers, online content and more. Stream and store your favorite MP3 music, pictures or videos from any Windows® Media Center compatible PC. Connect an optional compatible keyboard and mouse and surf the internet on your television.
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DescriptionExperience unprecedented control, access and enjoyment of a full range of digital media. The PLAYSTATION 3 160GB system also comes standard with built-in 802.11 b/g wireless internet, making it possible to download playable demos, movie trailers, online content and more. Stream and store your favorite MP3 music, pictures or videos from any Windows® Media Center compatible PC. Connect an optional compatible keyboard and mouse and surf the internet on your television.
- Device Type: Console
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- Weight: 12.19 lbs
- normalized-Weight: 195.04
- Dimensions: 3.86" Height x 12.80" Width x 10.79" Depth
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- Device Type: Console
3 Reviews for Sony Designed to keep you entertained, the PlayStation3 160 GB Console offers an array of multimedia possibilities in a single, simple and easy-to-use console. This console delivers a complete high-definition entertainment system and offers built-in Wi-Fi and17/12/2010The PS3 is a great system. Easy to use, futuristic on-screen interface, quality sleek hardware, awesome graphics, lots of benefits. But should you get a PS3 or Xbox 360? And what about the Wii?
Note: I own all three devices, and I appreciate all of them. I don't have any bias to one system or the other, just my personal experience and opinion...
What I like MOST about the PS3:
1) Future proof Blu-ray player (Sony updates the player over the Internet for free; it now supports 3D movies/TVs)
2) Clean, more futuristic on-screen interface (feels more mature then Xbox 360)
3) Better/Smoother/Faster graphics (in the 10+ games I own on a 60" 1080p HDTV)
4) Free online multiplayer gaming (no monthly/yearly fees like Xbox 360; which I hate about Xbox)
5) Watch your online netflix shows on PS3 for free (Xbox requires Xbox live account to use your netflix account; another thing I hate about...16/03/2011I just bought the PS3 slim a week before posting this review and I'm extremely happy with it. To be honest, I'm not a gamer and may never buy a game for the PS3, I bought it strictly for its streaming video and blu-ray playback capabilities, in my opinion it is the best.
My first blu-ray player was an early Panasonic 1.0 blu-ray player, it played blu-rays beautifully, when researching it they said it was almost as good as the PS3, at the time the PS3 was the gold standard. I didn't buy a PS3 then because of its price and its original bulk, it would not fit in well into my AV setup. Also, you needed a separate remote for blu-ray/DVD playback if you didn't want to use the controller, the PS3 is not IR capable. I then traded "up" to a Samsung blu-ray player because it offered streaming Netflix capability, I really enjoyed the streaming Netflix, but I noticed that my blu-ray disks didn't look as good as on my old Panasonic and DVD upscaling on the Samsung blu-ray was no where...21/08/2010Let me give a little bit of background before diving into a review. When the original NES came out, I was hooked. I didn't think anything could be better than Super Mario Bros. Then there was the Sega Genesis...and as I entered college, the original Playstation. Wow!
After college I settled down, got married, had children, and stopped playing games for a while. Just 2 years ago I picked up a wii "for the family" and have enjoyed it since. Mario Galaxy 2 looks great and is a great deal of fun to play...and there are other great games on the wii as well. For the record, I'd never played a PS2, PS3 or Xbox.
Don't get me wrong, the wii is great. There are a number of wii exclusives that I love. But I was still wanting something with some better graphics/games and thus began my research between xbox and ps3. Both are great systems! This was going to be harder than I thought. In the end, I felt like the game selection for the PS3 slightly outweighed that of...