Is New 'Core' PS3 Any Better?

The 'cheap' PS3 now has HDMI. But is it any better? It has no Wi-Fi, and no media card reader. But that is fine for most people, but what about that 20 GB hard drive?

The Xbox 360's "20 GB" drive is really 13 GB. That console has been out a year, and that size is already showing to be too small. Way. Too. Small.

So I cannot stress enough the importance, as like the Xbox 360 launch, of avoiding the cheaper version.

Comments (1)

LKM:

Well... The cheaper PS3 is starting to look acceptable. Couldn't you add an external disk or something? What about PSP connectivity if it has no WiFi? Uhm... Maybe the cheaper version is not the way to go, after all.

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