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Sony to Release PS3 320GB HDD DVR Bundle November 18, 2010
Today Andriasang.com (linked above) reports that Sony is set to release a PS3 320GB HDD DVR bundle which includes Torne on November 18, 2010 in Japan.
The PlayStation 3 HDD Recorder Pack 320GB unit will be part of a a value priced package for prospective PS3 buyers who'd like to make use of the system's digital video recording capabilities.
To quote: "This limited edition package combines a Charcoal Black 320 gigabyte PlayStation 3 system with Sony's popular Torne digital video recording device.
The bundle will sell for ¥39,980. Separately, the Charcoal Black 320GB system currently sells for ¥34,980 (a Classic White version, announced at the Tokyo Game Show, is due on October 21), while Torne sells on its own for ¥9,980 (although it's widely available for a couple of thousand yen less).
In a separate announcement, Sony also said today that it will be releasing a 2.8m USB cable (Mini-B-A type). This is priced ¥500 and will be released on December 16. The cable that's included with the PS3 is 1.5 meters. The longer cable can be used in a similar capacity as that, for charging your controller and connecting to a PSP."
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10-05-2010 #2farenheit Guest
Oh, the possibilities with a jailbroken PS3
10-05-2010 #3GrandpaHomer Guest
But now seriously - WHO in their right mind would go and purchase Sony branded USB Cable??
10-05-2010 #4oVERSoLDiER Guest
I will buy it ! Just a joke they can screw off.
You need certain Firmware 3.50 (or higher) for it.
10-05-2010 #5okutu Guest
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10-05-2010 #8TheDevil Guest
Of cause something like this isnt unexpected on a console. I bet they would still sell games and movies as cartridges if blu-ray wasnt so much cheaper to make.
Back on topic: Nice bundle really. Anything that makes the ps3 more of a media machine is a good thing.
10-05-2010 #9solrac1974 Guest
I won't buy anything from $ony again, never!
10-05-2010 #10pip1 Guest
where's usa's tv recording, europe, japan , australia all can record tv but the country famous for tv watchin couch potatos still doesn't have it.