Another reason not to buy a Crapbox 360 from Microbloat with no WiFi, proprietary HD, no Blue Ray but they will give you a free chance for the Red Ring of Death.
You can change out the PS3 HD with any 2.5" SATA drive yourself, the way should be.
"This hard drive is not being sold separately, YET but give it a few months and we'll sell it for $199.99, we just want to suck as much cash out of the bundles first as we can" Xbox Live programming
director Larry 'Major Nelson' Hryb noted.
[citation][nom]Igot1forya[/nom]I'm puzzled that no 3rd party vendor does not manufacture upgrades. You can buy controllers and other accessories, why not hard drives?[/citation]
[citation][nom]Igot1forya[/nom]^ need to proof read more[/citation]
no eh doesnt , you numb nuts he said 3rd party upgrades , LOL MS is curretnly teh ONLY company supplying HD's he was takign aobut why segate or western digital dotn amke any , and well it's cos MS won't let them
p.s. this si a terible move for MS , what they hoenstly need to do , is pus teh 60 gig down to 60 bucks , then teh 120 down to 100 bucks , and see teh 250 for 150 bucks, shittying on palyers that gave you money , is NOT a good idea , they defintiely need a 250 gig sold seperate particually since they added games on demand and such thigns, having abunch of 360 games on demand is to damn much space for a 120 gig let alone a 60 HD. if they dotn reelase this 250 solo this is gonna bit them in the ass, if they do release it and it has some ridculous antique price (aka 100 bucks fora 60 gig get real) i'll jsut find a used one on amazon for about 50 bucks less than what they seel it at retail
I don't want to hear any of this shit. I still have the 20 gig harddrive where you can put only 1 game on it and maybe a little content. I'm actually trying to figure out how to stuff a larger drive in it then copy the files over. Only problem notebook HD are expensive.
[citation][nom]Regulas[/nom]Another reason not to buy a Crapbox 360 from Microbloat with no WiFi, proprietary HD, no Blue Ray but they will give you a free chance for the Red Ring of Death.You can change out the PS3 HD with any 2.5" SATA drive yourself, the way should be.[/citation]
1. The PS3 slim you CANNOT change out the hard drive. (So I guess it now has a proprietary HDD too!!)
2. You are also right... the Sony will give you a Yellow Light of Death instead of a Red Ring (LOL!!!)
2. Microsoft is releasing a STANDARD-N adapter for the 360... where is PS3's N adapter??? Oh wait.... Sony doesn't have one.....
2 - ??? 12,000 units out of 2.5million - its a general error. Thats a bit different from severe hardware failure of 33~50% xboxs.
3 - Standard N just finished... uh.... a PS3 N Adapter can be made. Maybe they'll add it in future models. Pretty much nobody has a Final N product on the market.... And not that much of a big deal since G is still faster than most Internet connections.
4B - PS3 include a wireless adapter. Not some $80~100 ADD-ON. yeah.. Xbox has NO adapters.
hmm i think i know the reason why there's no standalone
let's see... the 120gb is about $140, that's more than $1 per gb. if they released the 250gb following the same standards, it will easily go over $230, making it more than an arcade... forget the arcade, it'll make it more than the freakin wii.
microsoft is stupid. except when it comes to the zune hd, than they are smart.
[citation][nom]tester24[/nom]I don't want to hear any of this shit. I still have the 20 gig harddrive where you can put only 1 game on it and maybe a little content. I'm actually trying to figure out how to stuff a larger drive in it then copy the files over. Only problem notebook HD are expensive.[/citation]
Hear what? Yeah, 20GB is tiny - and MS expects the major of its Xbox user base to do heavy media streaming/downloads (LOL) when a huge chunk of its user base have NO or 20GB drives (Anyone have stats?).
PS3 wireless-G is good enough, and personally, i love its Gigabit LAN when streaming large files within the home network, super fast and reliable. Plus, Gbit switch/router nowday can already be found very cheap.