Reviews and Problems with Sony PlayStation 3 (20GB/40GB/60GB/80GB/160GB)
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Value for money 10
20 April 2012
Excerpt: I bought it yesterday along with batman arkham city and it is awesome, I also have a ps2 since I was 13, and I wanted to keep sticked up with sony. I love my new ps3, and right now if you don't have a nxt gen console yet, look at this review and turn around , go to gamespot and legitimaze your money buying this precious Sony's creature!!!
Summary: With a smaller design, more energy-efficient operation, lower price tag, and built-in Blu-ray and multimedia capabilities, the PS3 Slim delivers a compelling package for an affordable price.
Pros: More affordable $299 price; slimmer, more compact design with quieter operation; all games in high-definition; easy-to-use interface; doubles as a Blu-ray and upscaling DVD player; built-in Wi-Fi; spacious hard drive; HDMI output with 1080p support; no external power supply; built-in Web browser; free online gaming service.
Cons: Lacks backward support for PS2 games; no infrared port means non-Bluetooth universal remotes aren't compatible; online gaming, media, and commerce options still aren't as fully developed as Xbox Live, though they're getting better.
Summary: Even though PS2 backward compatibility has been dropped from this version, the 80GB PS3 is still a superb Blu-ray player and high-definition game console.
Pros: Swanky design with quiet operation; all games in high-definition; PSP-like, easy-to-use interface; plays Profile 2.0 high-definition Blu-ray movies in addition to upscaling standard DVDs; built-in Wi-Fi; 80GB hard drive; HDMI output with 1080p support; no external power supply; free online gaming service.
Cons: Lacks full backward support for PS2 games; only comes with two USB ports; no infrared port means non-Bluetooth universal remotes aren't compatible; no flash card or memory reader; glossy black finish is a fingerprint magnet; online gaming, media, and commerce options not nearly as developed as Xbox Live.
Conclusion: Is the latest Super Slim PS3 better than the old one? To an extent the question’s moot: before long it’ll be the only version you can buy, and despite its relative age Sony has managed to keep it relevant with heaps of new features and functions. On the other hand, we’re not smitten by the new drive mechanism: if you’ve already got a Slim, hang on to it, and if you’re about to buy it might be worth seeing what the discounts are like on the outgoing model.
Pros: Plays games and Blu-rays, Tidier design, Ton of games out there
Cons: No HDMI cable in the box, New disc tray feels cheap and nasty
Excerpt: Finally, the latest console from Sony is here. The PlayStation 3 is powered by the "Cell processor", which is boasted to be 35 times more powerful than its predecessor, the PS2 . Its graphics is powered by an nVidia graphics chip called an RSX ("Reality Synthesizer") which operates at 550 MHz core clock with over 300 million transistors, and is claimed to be more powerful than two GeForce 6800 Ultra cards put together.
Conclusion: O Playstation 3 Slim é a escolha para o amante dos games que também quer ter um Blu-ray player integrado e que faz questão de jogar as séries de jogos exclusivas da Sony, como God of War, Uncharted, Metal Gear Solid e Gran Turismo, que convenhamos, não são títulos para serem desprezados.
Pros: Blu-ray player embutido., Alta qualidade gráfica., Possui conectividade Wi-Fi., HDMI com suporte a 1080p.
Cons: Grande e pesado., Drive ótico barulhento., Não roda jogos do PS2.
Excerpt: Det var den 23:e mars 2007 som det smällde till extra högt för hemunderhållningsbranschen i Sverige – vi fick äntligen ta del av Sonys senaste underverk; Playstation 3! De initiala planerna på att testa maskinen på BigScreen sköts dock upp av diverse anledningar. Men nu, exakt 9 månader efter releasen är inte bara maskinen mer aktuell än någonsin ”tack vare” vår kalla mörka vinter – den kan också komma att bli det avgörande vapnet i striden om HD-marknaden mellan Blu-ray...