Choosing your gaming console
The ever-changing gaming consoles are no longer exclusively for "gamers". The new gaming consoles can be used in many other ways. Here are some ways to get a clearer picture and choose the console that suits you best.
Playstation 3: High definition console
It displays excellent performance which embed players into ultra-realistic graphics world with a surprising response. All in high definition. The PlayStation 3 also gives you the opportunity to watch Blu-ray movies.
- For the price of a console, you will have a Blu-ray player, an 80GB hard drive and a foolproof WiFi Connectivity and Bluetooth.
- It also allows you to view your photos, movies and even enjoy Internet ....(with PlayStation Network) play online.
Xbox 360: The Kinect revolution
An innovation in the world of gaming . With the "hand-free" controller for the Xbox 360 console: the Kinect, principle is simple, "the controller is you." Now you play with your entire body and even your voice. Minor inconvenience, it will take a paid subscription to enjoy the Internet via Xbox Live.
Nintendo Wii: The survivor
One might think that with rise the HD consoles from Sony and Microsoft, the Wii won't be able to keep the pace. Rather, it addresses a much wider audience than its competitors. It brings the whole family together for a friendly game (such as bowling or golf). The playful and intuitive controllers, allow a very quick handling. Cheaper than its two competitors, the Wii doesn't, however, have a CD player.
A great duel between the two the latest innovations by Sony (PSP Vita) and Nintendo (3Ds). The Nintendo 3Ds is the first portable console to offer 3D gaming, as for the PSP Vita it comes with a touch screen, two joysticks and a camera at the back.
The choice looks complicated, but the price may have an impact.
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