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The SSD alone would cost 2-3k. And to have it in your PS3? What an absolute waste. There is little gain to be had by having it in a console.


Like I said, dream spec. a smaller standard hard drive could easily be fitted to make it more affordable. and last time I checked, the ps3 could store all your movies, music, photos and downloaded games. I know not everyone uses it to that capacity but a lot do and there are loads of people already having to upgrade to bigger drives. Id like an SSD in my ps3 because of the increased reliability(no moving parts), increases read/write speed and it would run cooler. If I wasnt a technical goof, I would do it.

 

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Lol love your idea it overkill

But i doubt there a cooling system which could fit into a tv which would be enough :smileytongue:
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PS2 still sells big over in Japan, so it's probably for the old skool fan boys.

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Maybe Sony will release the spec said by the topic starter but only the PS3 and HDTV(minus others). And it will be releases only after PS4 is released.
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mulli-ra wrote:
Maybe Sony will release the spec said by the topic starter but only the PS3 and HDTV(minus others). And it will be releases only after PS4 is released.

Then I wud want a ps4 built in not a ps3....... cant win.

 

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reminds me of that bloke who built an xbox , gamecube and ps2 with an lcd in one unit
http://www.gearlive.com/news/article/xbox-ps2-gamecube-all-in-one-ultimate-gaming-mod-09280209/
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The problem with that is, if its all connected to one power supply then, lets say you just wanted to watch Live at the Apollo on BBC2 (love that show :smileyvery-happy: ) all the other bits in the system would be on as well even though they aren't needed, such as PS and Surround sound (not really needed to watch stand up comedy), and then your having to pay the electricity bill for them resulting in paying £100000000000 a month just to watch television!

 

I like your thinking though, but you have to think of the disadvantages too :smileyhappy: 

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Or just plug a ps3 into your TV? Retard

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u have a bad habbit of calling people retards it wont get u far m8

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Jake__Mann wrote:

The problem with that is, if its all connected to one power supply then, lets say you just wanted to watch Live at the Apollo on BBC2 (love that show :smileyvery-happy: ) all the other bits in the system would be on as well even though they aren't needed, such as PS and Surround sound (not really needed to watch stand up comedy), and then your having to pay the electricity bill for them resulting in paying £100000000000 a month just to watch television!

 

I like your thinking though, but you have to think of the disadvantages too :smileyhappy: 


I'm sure it could be designed so that only the components you want will come on with the main power. I'd leave the wifi router on all the time but thats it. My 7.1 sony amp lets you turn components on and off individually so the same principal could easily be applied.

 

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