20GB PS3s on sale for $450 at Gamestop

Joystiq were on the edge about whether or not to bring this to your attention, because we didn't know how they would be in stock. But, just so you know, you can now buy a 20GB PS3 for $450 at It's weird, largely because it's just not really a good bargain. Is saving $50 bucks really a fair trade for a hard drive with less space than your discs?

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Like a shadow I am3943d ago (Edited 3943d ago )

Hard disk space is cheap. It's much better to just buy the 20GB model, save the $50, then buy your own 100+ GB or super-sized hard drive, and then swap the hard drive yourself... unless you're so technically impaired that you don't know or don't dare to swap the hard drive yourself.

wildcat3943d ago (Edited 3943d ago )

You don't get Memory Card readers or Wi-Fi for $450. Why not sell it for $400 to increase its value over the $500 60GB with all features included?

omansteveo3943d ago

actually you can get used 60 gigs for the same price at Gamestop and most stores have'em so why go 20 when you can get 60 used

DrWan3943d ago

The main problem with the 20 GB is that it lacks wireless internet wifi. If you plan to put this in your living room, most people will have to line the internet cables..the routers is usually in their bedrooms.

Bazookajoe_833943d ago

Otherwise just buy it and change the hd to a 160gb. But without wifi it sucks (According to me).

big_tim3943d ago

I got a 20 gig a while back and upgraded the hard drive. I have the 360 next to it and have a wireless adapter that suits both.

I would get the 60 gig for the price difference.

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