This new video game console is the aftermath of Play Station and Play Station 2 from Sony.
It uses Blu-ray disc system for the media of optics and lends support to CDs and DVDs among other disc layout of the earlier period.
It has a HDMI 1.3 port and 1080p HD resolution. Today it features hard drive of eighty GB and is IPTV compatible.
Hard drive can be upgraded and there is a Bluetooth control aid and Ethernet port
There is also an inbuilt two point five inch serial ATA hard drive
There is flash memory card along with compact flash, memory stick and Wi-Fi connection.
There are four available USB 2.0 slots worked by wireless network and flash card memory aid
There is a video and audio stereo with this system
There is an official PS3 component cable and the AV Multi Out Jack
The colors available are white and silver
Sony Play Station 3 Games
Voted the best game in North Amercia, “Resistance: Fall of Man” leaves Sony the undisputed King in ingenuity entertainment. Other interesting games include Oblivion, F.E.A.R and Sonic, The Hedgehog. Popular sequels of Sony Play Station 3 games include God of War, Gran Turismo, Warhawk, Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, Lair and Heavenly Sword. Other exclusive games are Final Fantasy XIII, Metal Gear Solid 4, Monster Hunter 3, Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Tekken 6, Devil May Cry 4 and Virtua Fighter 5
Sony Play Station Network
Online, Sony Play Station 3 can be played on Microsoft’s Xbox Live network and includes a supporting multiplayer and there is a subscription fee for the same.
Download of some of the play station and play station 2 games for free online from the Play station network between five dollars and fifteen dollars
In connectivity for Video formats, Play Station 3 lends support to many SDTV and HDTV resolutions.
For Audio it supports many music formats such as seven point one digital audio of Dolby TrueHD to name of the outstanding music formats.
Bluetooth connectivity is also enabled as well as USB drives but does not support Microsoft’s Windows and its descendants.
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