While Xbox-360 looks pretty swift..it appears that the PS3 will take the cake..and not enough news on the Nintendo Revolution to make a decision. Honestly, I hope PS3 stomps everything for two reasons. One, cause I'm not a big fan of Microsoft as a company, and two, cause that means it will be that much better than anything released. Just got this off of www.engadget.com about the PS3
Sony’s let go of the final specs and shots of the PlayStation 3. Here you go!
"It will support Blu-ray (obviously), DVD±R/W, CD-R/RW
Backwards compatible with the PlayStation 2 and original Playstation
One 3.2GHz Cell processor—total system performance rated at 2.18 teraflops (uh, that’s actually about twice what Microsoft is claiming the Xbox 360 will do); it will have 256MB system RAM 3.2GHz, and 256MB GDDR VRAM at 700MHz
The nVidia graphics will be called the RSX (”Reality Synthesizer”), and will trump the Xbox 360 with 1080p (yes, that’s a p) graphics support.
There will be a 2.5-inch hard drive (i.e. laptop hard drive) attachment—a first for a Sony launch (no, we don’t count the PSX and/or the FF add-on)
Memory Stick Duo slot, and very surprisingly, an SD and CF slots
Bluetooth support with up to seven wireless controllers
Six USB system ports"
Sounds pretty impressive..to a non-technophile. Although I can say almost twice the system performance, and 1080p instead of 1080i is a big freakin deal.
While I'll probably own the 360, my money lies on the PS3. Can you say Tekken?..come get some...