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2008-01-20 12:54 PM
dukee This presents an opportunity to pick up cheaper profile 1.0 standalone players on Ebay, as Profile 1.1 and 2.0 players are being introduced. . This week I bought a Samsung 1400 series stand-alone for less than 200 dollars on the online auction site.

The PS3 makes a great player, but as a gaming machine, I don't have much use for it considering I have an Xbox 360. Gaming-wise, the machines are much too similar to own both.
2008-01-19 09:56 PM
insync44
New Blu-ray 2.0 spec makes PS3 the most future-proof player

This is quite the odd turn of events: it was assumed when the PS3 launched that the gaming system would be the Trojan horse that brought Blu-ray into the homes of the mass market. Now? The inexpensive and future-proofed Blu-ray functions of the PS3, matched with the high-quality upscaling the system brings to normal DVDs, may be the Trojan horse bringing gaming to home theater enthusiasts.

http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post...of-player.html

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