The PS3 combines state-of-the-art technologies featuring Cell, a processor jointly developed by IBM, Sony Group and Toshiba Corporation, graphics processor (RSX) co-developed by NVIDIA Corporation and SCEI, and XDR memory developed by Rambus Inc. It also adopts BD-ROM (Blu-ray Disc ROM) with a maximum storage capacity of 54 GB (dual layer), enabling delivery of entertainment content in full high-definition (HD) quality, under a secure environment made possible through the most advanced copyright protection technology.
To match the accelerating convergence of digital consumer electronics and computer technology, PS3 supports high-quality display in resolution of 1080p as standard, which is far superior to 720p/1080i. (Note: The “p” in "1080p" stands for progressive scan method, “i” stands for interlace method. 1080p is the highest resolution within the HD standard.)
With an overwhelming computing power of 2 teraflops, entirely new graphical expressions that have never been seen before will become possible. In PS3 games, not only will movement of characters and objects be far more refined and realistic, but landscapes and virtual worlds can also be rendered in real-time, thereby elevating the freedom of graphics expression to levels not experienced in the past. Gamers will literally be able to dive into the realistic world seen in large screen movies and experience the excitement in real-time.
One of the wires needs to be reattached but other than that it is in perfect condition.
3 remotes and 17 games
GTA 5 is stuck in the console but as soon as the wire is reattached it can be removed.
The console is working
Playstation 3 with 17 games +3 remotes
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