Read this last week, just another way for Sony to squeeze out every penny before the ps3 becomes irrelevant.
It's sad that it took 7 years for the PS3 to each the 200 dollar price point.
if you want more hdd , just buy one they are cheap .....
just dont buy ssd , its pointless for a console -_--
SSD... you could go hybrid and still be ok. I mean it means space and also speeds you would get with a solid state drive. Also when you buy an SSD you are buying for speed not space. So, say you are playing a downloaded copy of your favorite game load times will be cut in less then half the time needed to load from say a normal mechanical hard drive.
bbroxtpn; is that the for a console? Don't really know.... Harddrive speed might actually matter in the upcoming consoles since they are pretty much PC's with locked down hardware but for the current gen Xbox 360 and Sony PS3 you may see very little to no benefit going with a faster HDD be it an SSD, Hybrid, 7200rpm hdd, or 5400rpm hdd. For current gen consoles I would recommend buying the cheapest, slowest storage drive you can get in the capacity you need.
My last console was the 4gb flash 360 and worked out great I never needed any more space considering I only every played 2-3 games and never downloaded anything.
New generation is going to require more space though :(
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