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Sony PlayStation 3 review
Dennis Hissink : June 25th 2007 - 22:10 CET
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LetsGoMobileSony PlayStation 3 review : Those who grew up in the time of the Sinclair, Atari and Commodore gaming consoles, where games were the order of the day, or those who entered the gaming world solo or online with their PC, but who chose digital photography as a ‘serious and responsible’ hobby, will reminisce, with melancholy, about last March 23rd 2007 when the Sony PS3 was introduced officially in Europe. Nevertheless, it doesn’t have to remain nostalgia. I found the perfect excuse to account for the purchase of a Sony PlayStation 3; the PS3 console has a few built-in card readers that make it possible to play your digital (family) photos in large format in a digital photo album.

Sony PlayStation 3 - 60GB Storage
In Europe, the PS3 will, for the time being, be supplied only with a 60GB hard disk. The hard disk serves as storage; this way you can transfer all your own files to the hard disk in the PS3, by means of, for instance, the USB interface. Besides this, the storage can also be used to store contents, which have been downloaded through the Sony Network. The Sony PlayStation 3 is truly a multi media console.

Sony PlayStation 3 - Flash memory
When we look at the front side diagonally from above, it contains two halves, on the right the Blu Ray player and on the left the flap that hides a series of built-in card readers. The card slots support CompactFlash type I & II, Microdrive, Secure Digital, miniSD, Memory Stick and Memory Stick PRO Duo flash memory cards. Strangely, the SDHC (SD High Capacity) is not being supported; it seems to me that it is time for a firmware update.

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Sony PlayStation 3 review - Conclusion
For a while now, there has been a true hype around the new Sony console. Of course caused by Sony, but also, not lastly, by the consumer himself. And honestly I have to admit that it is not just nonsense. We are speaking of a, in technical terms, very high-class device for which very large investments have been made. Besides this, the PlayStation3 has been developed for the coming decennium, and the possibilities that the PS3 shows us now are not representative for what the console actually has to offer. Follow the link below to read the full Sony PlayStation 3 review.

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