Sony PS3 Review

Posted: Nov 16 2006, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:23am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
Sony PS3 Review
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Our review partner Digital Trends reviews the Sony Playstation 3.

Quote from the PS3 review:
"Is the system, available in 20GB ($499, sans WiFi and a built-in combination Memory Stick product lineup, Compact Flash and SD/MMC card reader) or $599 chrome-trimmed wireless-ready 60GB hard drive models, worth the hefty asking price, the highest since early-'90s systems like CDi and 3DO?
Can Sony, who's recently cut back North American November 17th launch date ship projections to just 400,000 units (with some analysts predicting actual distribution of half this number or fewer machines), manage to avoid aggravating a soon-to-be-device-deprived buying public while still keeping up with the competition?
And, of course, with so much power and hardware combined in a single unit catered to the highest-end luxury users, is there even a point to upgrading? "
Read the full Sony PS3 Review.
See also our Sony PS3 overview and our Sony PS3 News section.

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