blu-ray player

  djbenny 21:37 09 Aug 08

is any blu-ray players with a usb socket in them to be able to plug in usb devices such as some dvd players have.

  MCE2K5 01:08 10 Aug 08

This one does click here

  djbenny 09:46 10 Aug 08

so i could plug a flash dive in there and play music through it?

  User2008 10:59 10 Aug 08

Yes, the PS3 is the most advanced bluray player you can get.

The bluray standard is still new and Sony constantly updates the PS3 with new features all the time - so your bluray player will have all the latest bells and whistles.

There's also a TV tuner coming out for it - so it'll be a PVR too. You'll be able to watch a bluray and record TV on to the hard drive at the same time.

As for USBs, the PS3 has 2 USB ports (you could easily use a hub) you can plug in pens with photos, music, dvd, divx and other mixed data on it and the PS3 will display them and you can also copy them to the hard drive. The built in wifi will allow you to stream stuff straight off your PC to view on the PS3 if you have wifi on your computer....

Speaking of harddrives - the current PS3 has a 40GB hard drive but on the 29th of August Sony are releasing a new model (for the SAME price) with an 80gb harddrive.

  User2008 11:05 10 Aug 08

80gb click here pre-order for £299

40gb click here buy-now for £299

  djbenny 13:05 13 Aug 08

can 5.1 surround sound be plugged into the ps3?

  GRIDD 13:32 13 Aug 08


  GRIDD 14:14 13 Aug 08

The 80GB has been brought forward to 22nd click here

  djbenny 15:28 13 Aug 08

doesnt include card reader though?

  GRIDD 19:16 13 Aug 08

So buy a card reader for about a fiver for it.

  djbenny 14:00 22 Aug 08

ordered myself one waiting for it now :)

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