Is that correct the cut down version has a smaller hard drive less usb connections no wireless controller and no HDMI (bluray is crippled the thing that was to win the war) and no upgrade ability to the higher end version.
Now what makes matter worse or better is how Sony puts this on slides to show that the only difference is the size of the drive:
PS3 WITH 20GB $499
PS3 WITH 60GB $599
And if you believe that based on that slide I was all over it NOT hard drive size is the only difference? for 100 buck I get 40GB more hehehe. I bet that E3 slide of the presentation had an astick somewhere.
Has anyone heard of MS on the HD-DVD and the new HDMI cable? I hear for a 100 bucks?
Now on the flip side there is TCO (total cost of ownership) and is it cheeper to own a 360 or PS3. BTW how many controllers come with a PS3 and how do you rechard or are they rechardable. Becasue that would also change the TCO of the PS3 if one has to buy those accesories like the 360? Are all the cables included?
360 high-end + rechard kit + 1 year Live + wi-fi (although some like me don't need)