SONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT PS3 250GB H CHASSIS UK BLACK
- Struttura e meaner: 32%, 36% più leggero e consumando il 34% di energia in meno rispetto all' originale Playstation 3 modelli.
- Un mondo di gioco: giocare gli ultimi giochi con incredibile qualità audio e visivo. Da Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 e gran turismo a Buzz. quiz e singstar, c' è qualcosa per tutta la famiglia.
- Blu-ray: il Blu-Ray Disc Player integrato, che consente un intrattenimento ad alta definizione di nuova generazione, mostrando la più recente film con una presentazione.
- Sempre su: Playstation 3 offre un' esperienza "Always-On online
- Offre un mondo di possibilità online, tra i giochi multiplayer, messaggi di testo e video, chat vocale, download di contenuti e navigare su internet.
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Pile : 1 Ioni di litio (Tipo di pila necessaria)
- Età consigliata : Sconosciuto
- Manuale : Inglese
- Dimensioni prodotto : 40.79 x 36.4 x 21.59 cm; 705 grammi
- Data d'uscita : 2 ottobre 2009
- Sottotitoli: : Inglese
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- Numero modello articolo : 9119463
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-Just letting you know I will be comparing aspects of this console with the rival xbox 360, however I am trying an un biased review-
So, you spend £200-300 on the next generation games console, that is a true High Definition console, that one of its main selling points is a fully 100% compatible BluRay Player (HD Movies) and can even Upscale original DVD's so in the box you get:
1x PS3 Slimline 250GB console
1x Standard AC Plug
1x PS3 DualShock 3 "sixaxis" controller
1x USB A<->B connector
1x Standard RGB Connectors with Scart Adapter... huh.. wait a minute, RGB? High Definition console, that comes supplied with the same style RGB cable's as the original PlayStation? Not even a Composite / component style cable. a 100% analog RGB cable.
For the record, XBOX 360 (Elite 120GB model) came with: 1x Composite / Component Cable AND a HDMI Cable AND an adapter to plug into your console so you can connect via Phono cables or optical out to a stereo system while using HDMI (other cable has the Digital Optical out aswell) Luckily becuase the 360 came with both style cables, I didn't have to buy an additional HDMI cable.
There is another small thing that gets on my nerves regarding the video output, if you have it connected to a HD TV via HDMI (which is really ideal) but then decide to move your console, well like I did, when I took it round a friends, he ony has a 32" standard CRT TV, so I had to use the RGB cable, however you have to reset the console to default out to that signal (holding the powerbutton for a few more secconds) again, 360 reference, it automatically detects which output to use.
Now onto the consoles mechanics, the PS3's OS seems very strange, the fact that it has to contiually load information as if it was downloading it from somewhere. Apart from that its pretty basic.
I have noticed one thing though, something that is annoying the hell out of me, the console comes with a thing called "Playstation Home" which is like a virtual world for you to go into, like a virtual shopping mall and stuff, however this is something I wasn't interested in, and it took up some hard drive space, that I would rather use for my own media and games. so I use the "Information" section, and notice I can delete it.. so I did, and admitidly it deleted all the data, however now in the "PlayStation Network" section I still have the "PlayStation Home" icon, + "Currupted Data" nice one Sony
I don't know if it is just my PS3, but when using the web browser I notice it locks up the system sometimes.
(in fact saying that my PS3 has crashed more times then my 360)
Now enough about that, lets talk about the lovely controller, Sony really was thinking new ideas with the controller... oh.. wait, its just a normal PS2 style controller with a rather standard motion sensor and without a cable.
It has a rechargable battery, which is nice.. until as we know.. rechargable batteries do die down and eventually no longer hold charge, no worries, surely you can change the battery? answer, Nope, if your battery is gone, you now have a fully wired PS3 controller, that or go and buy a new one.
The BluRay Disc Drive, can be a noisy thing at times, but overall it is perfect.
Playstation Online, is free, yay, however I have to say, if you can afford it subscribe to PlayStation Plus, they give you free downloads every month (ones you get to keep forever) I tell ya what, I done it, and I already have the option to make my money back, got a Free downloadable copy of Little Big Planet for being a PSPlus member, now I can sell of the BD version
PSP Connectivity, I do like the fact you can stream some of your PS3 content to your PSP either via the internet or local wifi, things that are not available this way: DVD's, BluRay, PS3 games and any downloaded Movies. You can stream PS1 games, which is cool.
However I do find that this is very buggy, sometimes the console locks out, and throws you out.
Of course wouldn't be much of a games console if it didn't have games.
Now I have only played a couple of PS3 Exclusives, and of those games I have to say, wow.
Little Big Planet - Fun to play, although not really my cup of tea
Modnation Racers - about as close to mario kart you can get, however the customisation on this is mental
Heavy Rain = absolutly loved the title, the graphics that only the PS3 could provide really made this game compelling (I will review this game one day in more detail)
As for other, Cross-platform games;
GTA4 - seems to play exactly like the PC & 360 versions, with the exception you can use the motion controller on some parts
Dragon Age - Rented this through LoveFilm to compare with the 360 version, now it seems a bit smoother, colours a little more vivid (that could be down to playing through HDMI - 360 Component), but all the graphical glitches are still there
Final Fantasy XIII - exactly the same, only difference is its on one disc instead of 3.
The PS3 can support a massive amount of media formats, including that of DivX and XviD, it also has ATRAC, WMA all the MPEG support, it truely is a masterpeice of media, however it doesn't seem to know how to use categories yet, a system update to allow a better player to arrange media might be needed
I like the visualisations you can get while playing music (my fave is one that shows you the earth in glorous high def)
The video playback is perfect, and it connects to my Tversity Media server easily, however I have noticed that videos that once played, no longer do, maybe a compatiblity from updating PS3 and the software on PC but still it is great.
DVD Playback, it supports all DVD formats, and even upscales them when using HDMI, which of course is nice.
BluRay Playback, as of time of writing this review (23rd Sept 2010) Sony have updated the console to allow BluRay 3D titles to be played, woop, however the quality of BluRay on the PS3 is as you would expect, brilliant, although I have had a few BD's that I rented from LoveFilm that crashed my system from the JAVA software (disc was probably scratched or something)
Now the PS3 is supposed to be the most powerful games console on the market, that I don't doubt, but it is unable to multi-task
for example, again on the 360, I can play Music either stored on the 360 or stream it over from my PC while playing ANY 360 title,
The PS3 can't seem to do this though, good or bad thing depends on the user.
Playing a MP3 files really doesn't use that much resource, so it can't be that.
So... what do I think of the PS3;
Overall for a games console, it is top notch, however you will want to see what exclusive titles the console has before commiting, if you want a bluray player, then it might be worth looking into a ps3, however BD players are getting cheaper now, well a lot more cheaper then the PS3 so if it is just that, then save some cash.
as an owner of both 360 and PS3 I would highly reccomend the PS3, even after all my bashing, only because the games I played on the PS3 seem more enjoyable, that and the fact that the PlayStation Network store has Final Fantasy VII, VIII and IX as downloadables + a lot more (which by the way you can play on the go on your PSP)
PS3 is a home media entertainment system, it does it all, yes it has some flaws, but then so do all consoles these days.
I purchased this with the sole intention of using it as a Blu Ray/media player, as I had seen so many reviews saying how it was the most capable out there.
The console itself looks very good - much slimmer than the original and doesn't look at all out of place under the TV with my Sky HD box. It would be nice if it were flat instead of curved but that's just my personal preference.
Controllers - providing only one is a bit cheap Sony. Although I didn't really intend to game with it, I thought it wise to have a second controller just in case so also ordered the DualShock 3 PS3 controller (PS3) . Factor in an extra £33 for each controller over the supplier one that you might want (assuming you want original Sony like I did). The controllers themselves seem very good (in the small use I got from them) - sturdy and not cheap feeling to hold, and handle/operate very well.
I do feel that since Sony push it's ability as a Blu Ray player so much that they should include the Sony Blu-Ray Disc Remote Control (PS3) instead of make you pay extra for it. Yes, you can use the controller, but no one is really going to are they. Factor in an extra £15 for the remote if you want a "proper" remote for Blu Ray use.
Finally, as a Blu Ray player it is excellent. You have to network it to get the best from it, but it's very easy to do and all the functionality is built in. I have never experienced a single issue playing a movie.
Software/firmware updates seem regular and can be downloaded over the internet as long as you have networked the PS3. These include everything from bug fixes to new features.
My one complaint is that if you press stop when watching a movie, you then have to start it from againt from the beginning - including all the pre-movie rubbish that is so often included these days. Maybe I am missing something here, but every movie I have tried it on it simply stops the film.
Blu-ray is amazing and the games equally so. Being able to watch the BBC iplayer on the big screen is an added bonus.
Previous reviewers say that the fan is noisy, well not so at least not on this one or others I've seen.
There are but two little things Sony could have improved on.
Firstly, these are the days of full HD display or at least HD ready TV's so they could have included a HDMI cable with the package. C'mon Sony, these aren't expensive anymore.
Secondly, this slim version has a matt black finish, not the best idea for something which will attract dust. Far better to have had the smooth 'piano black' casing as with the 'fat' PS3.
These are very small niggles and hardly worth a mention.
When you would expect to pay almost as much for just a blu-ray/DVD player, this really does so much more and certainly worth the price.
I agree with other comments and it is a stylish beauty packed with technology. I feel it is let down by the lack of ports to connect to surround sound systems, and the lack of the needed HDMI cable. I found my older sound system was not compatible any longer. I have had to buy a new JVC system which has more than doubled what I first paid for on the PS3! I would suggest to anyone to check out your equipment if you want all that the machine offers. Luckily I have a modern 60 inch HDMI TV with every type of connection possible or I would have been looking to update that as well!
Great machine but know your onions!