With reports of PS3 availability at retail stores across the country comes word that the PS3 is starting to be listed unbundled and available online also.
BestBuy.com has the 60GB PS3 available online unbundled for $599.
I couldn't find a 360 for a lot longer after launch.
I refuse to buy bundled machines unless they come with what I was already going to buy. That usually never happens.
I found an unbundled 60gb PS3 at my local Best Buy. I didn't even go there to look for it, but I did leave with one and a copy of RFOM. I couldn't believe how heavy it was, but it does look good next to my HDTV.
Good thing, bundle doesn't offer any avantage for the buyer. You basicly pay full price for each item, even those you will never use.
I guess they finally realized that they are more likely to sell if they aren't part of a $1000 or more bundle.
Problem is that the store doesn't really make much of anything off the console. It's the accessories and games in the bundle where the money is made.
It took me 4 months to find a 360 in the store after launch. Every Wal-Mart I have been too so far has PS3's in stock.
I thought the PS3 would be hard to find..guess not.
Does the words shortage and defective mean anything to you after the 360 launch??? Not being able to find a 360 at the same time period or longer is not really a good thing
Xbox 360 Shipped 1.5 Million Consoles By Christmas 2005. http://www.clubskill.com/?v...
Official numbers on PS3 have not been released. But sony estimated 2 million by end of 2006 which I doubt they shipped that many as they always over estimate there numbers.
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