PlayStation 3 review
The ultra slim PlayStation 3 console is not just about gaming; it has more to offers more beyond your imagination. It has as in-built Wi-Fi, in-built Bluetooth and motion sensors. You will enjoy more entertainment as it allows you play Blu-Ray Discs, DVDs, and Music CD's and watch internet TVs.
The processors on the super slim PlayStation 3 consoles are made with advanced technologies that make it more powerful than other games consoles available. Its a monster in the gaming console world.
More than just a game
The super slim PlayStation game console is not just about the slimmer size and lesser weight. It has its entire internal architecture redesigned for better gaming experience. It has wireless controllers that offers you freedom to move about without been disturbed by wires from the console. PlayStation 3 super slim game console does not make use of disc-fed tray anymore, disc are now fed into it by sliding it in through a top loading disk cover. The game console has two USB ports for plugging in external storage devices and charging the PS3s Bluetooth wireless controller.
Just like other PlayStation consoles before it, the super slim PlayStation 3 supports playback on certain video files from USB and CDs. It has an impressive slideshow functionality to view images. Wait hold your breath, it doesn't end there; the PlayStation 3 has the ability to stream content from a network device like a PC and hard drives. There is more from media hub, an in-built web browser with Bluetooth keyboard. The super slim PlayStation 3 game console is a beauty to behold.
|The fourth generation of hardware released for the PlayStation 3 entertainment platform, the PlayStation 3 320GB 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 320GB system is destined to push the envelope in the realm of Next-Generation entertainment.
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