|Sony launches its fourth generation of hardware for the PlayStation 3, the PlayStation 3 120GB system which is 33% slimmer, 36% lighter compared to the previous ones. The newest PS3 system is a combination of multimedia features and functions available on previous PlayStation 3 models. It is a system built for a variety of entertainment. With its built-in Blu-ray player, HDTV’s can be enjoyed to its full potential using the PS3 system. The Blu-ray disc media format which has the capability to hold six times as much data compared to conventional DVDs is used by PlayStation 3 to provide an excellent high-definition viewing experience on television. Its system gives full 1080p resolution and 128-bit pixel precision, with up to 7.1 channels of Surround Sound. Despite that tremendous capacity, it also supports CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD, DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD+R formats. Not only that, the PlayStation 3 system software features BD Live support to play discs that support Blu-ray Disc Profile 2.0 (BD-LIVE). Also, it features HDMI + Bravia Synch functionality that allows connectivity between Sony HDMI products.
As an Internet-ready device, PS3 likewise features free access to the PlayStation Network (PSN) to download games, game demos, movies and other content through the PlayStation Store and PlayStation Home. As a multimedia, it can be utilized to chat with friends or other players while in the middle of the game or compete in tournaments or listen to music while playing games or watching photo slideshows. It has a built-in Wifi for connectivity everywhere. PS3 comes with the Dualshock 3 wireless controller which has pressure sensors in each action button and the highly sensitive Six axis motion sensing technology. For a wireless game play, Dualshock 3 makes the most of Bluetooth technology. The detachable USB cable of the controller when connected to The PlayStation 3 automatically charges the controller.
Posted 2010-09-10 and updated on Sep 30, 2010 10:27pm by richard opinion