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  • PS3 1st Impressions/Interface Revealed

    IGN got a hold of a few PS3 Test Kits and have been updating continuously about their discoveries. Here's a pic of the PS3 interface. If you have a PSP, it should look VERY familiar





    http://ps3.ign.com/articles/743/743956p1.html

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    Kind of old we should all know the interface by now lol. But info is always good.

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      Love the PSP inferface, nice and clean. Should work well as the PS3's interface too.
      -Monorail Man

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        My boyfriend called me up because he actually got to hold a PS3 today. lol. He works at Target as a security guard and they just got the display system.

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          Here's some video of the interface, web browsing, media viewing, music...
          http://media.games.ign.com/articles/...d_1733349.html

          I WANT ONE SO BAD!

          You can switch between menus in real time, so that means, you can play a game, access your pictures, movies, or music, and then go right back to the game.

          Music is uploaded unto the PSP harddrive in less than 4 seconds.

          You can access everything on your PSP by plugging it in the PS3 via USB, and it's extremely fast and easy to transfer files between the two. Much better than doing it via PC.

          Check it out for yourself!

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