roont wrote:So... then you have a device that will do all the things you were asking about?
Scorpiuscat wrote:You guys are making a pretty damned convincing argument for the PS3.
Are there are remote control options other than the game controller?
derFunkenstein wrote:Are you not allowed to have two can openers in your house or two hard drives in your computer, too? If you're not going to get what you want for under $300 anyway, you might as well add a PS3 since it not only does what functions you want, but it does them exceptionally well.
"We're working very hard with our retail partners to meet consumer interest, but the demand is tremendously high for the PS3 and we expect tight inventory in the coming months," he said.
Online retailer Amazon has even changed its policy by allowing customers to only purchase one 120GB unit per household.
"As you may know, the PlayStation 3 120 GB is in great demand," the listing says. "In an effort to provide as many customers as possible with the opportunity to purchase PlayStation 3 120 GB, we are limiting the total number of PlayStation 3 120 GB units that can be purchased. As a result, each household may only purchase one PlayStation 3 120 GB unit."
Scorpiuscat wrote:I am looking for a good Blu-Ray player that will allow me to playback video files from a USB port.