Sunday, October 2, 2011

Cheap PlayStation 3

When I use this PlayStation 3 for the first time I was really happy because of its capabilities including the Blu-ray player and its incredible graphics.The PS3 and the PS move controller makes it much more better than Wii!I really recommend this product for those who want a much more realistic gameplay and amazing graphics.

PlayStation 3 Description

The fourth generation of hardware released for the PlayStation 3 entertainment platform, the PlayStation 3 160GB system is the next stage in the evolution of Sony's console gaming powerhouse. Loaded with a mix of multimedia features and functions available on earlier PlayStation 3 models, as well as a series of new advancements and refinements, the PlayStation 3 160GB system is destined to push the envelope in the realm of Next-Generation entertainment.

With the PlayStation 3 160GB system, you get free PlayStation Network membership, built-in Wi-Fi and 160GB of hard disk drive storage for games, music, videos and photos. This system will come with firmware 3.6 or greater. You can easily upgrade to the latest firmware for free, simply by connecting the PS3 to the internet. And every PS3 system comes with a built-in Blu-ray player to give you pristine picture quality and the best high-definition viewing experience available. Whether it’s gaming, Blu-ray movies, music or online services, experience it all with the PlayStation 3 system. All PlayStation 3 systems are already equipped with everything you need to play stereoscopic 3D games.

Blu-ray, PlayStation Network Downloads and Beyond

PlayStation 3 utilizes the Blu-ray disc media format, which gives you the best high-definition viewing experience on your television, by way of the format's ability to hold six times as much data as traditional DVDs. This tremendous capacity, combined with the awesome power of the system's processor and graphics card, promises an endless stream of mind-blowing games, and other multimedia content. However, this does not mean that the PS3 is limited to Blu-ray discs - it also supports CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD, DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD+R formats. In addition, PlayStation 3 system software includes BD Live support that allows you to play discs that support Blu-ray Disc Profile 2.0 (BD-LIVE). This means that you can also connect to the Internet while playing discs that support this format to obtain additional features. Of course, PS3 owners also receive free access to the PlayStation Network (PSN), where through the PlayStation Store and PlayStation Home, they can download games, game demos, movies, and other content, as well as chat with friends, play mini-games, compete in tournaments and explore dedicated game spaces.


Anonymous said...

We got out Playstation 3 console for Christmas in 2009, right around the time we went out a bought a really gorgeous 42" plasma tv. This was going to be a huge step up from the 19" mini set we had before. My boyfriend and I were poor college students at the time and didn't want to invest in costly cable television service.

My boyfriend occasionally plays some of the PS3's particularly stellar games (Uncharted series, Batman Arkham Asylum, Portal 2, etc.) but is not really a big gamer. I like games like Little Big Planet and the Lego series (yeah, I know...), but that genre of game doesn't have many titles. That said, we still end up using our PS3 quite a bit every day. Not for gaming, granted, but for media! The Playstation 3 is a near-perfect media hub!

David said...

Purchased this slim ps3 as my first ps3 ever. I have been waiting a long time to buy a ps3 but could never justify $300 when most of the games I played were also on xbox 360. Now, I just bought my new home theater set up and decided to buy a ps3 for a blu ray player, plus games. The only games I have played are some 2d and 3d game demos so my review of its gaming ability is limited.