But where does it end...
a) A PS3 will give your hi-def gaming
b) You can stream music to your PS3
c) You can view your pictures on the PS3
Small print -
a- you need to spend £500ish on a hd tv,
b-you need a computer, plus wireless connection, plus music,
c- you need a camera, snaps from a holiday, oh a tv to view it on....
I can't see how the complaints were justified. PCworld were advertising a feature that sony should be held liable for if found to be incorrect.
The 60gb's have access to upgradable firmware like all the others and backwards compatibility for ps2 titles has been increased since the launch.
it 'should not appear again in its current form' becuase sony haven't been selling the 60gb's for a year now anyway! So, what exactly was the point of that?