You can use the DS3 to replace the navigation controller. The reason Sony made the navigation controller was to make a more comfortable accessory, because the DS3 may suffice for short periods, but you will probably get tired of holding it for long sessions. Also you only need the analogue stick from the DS3 no other buttons, because those are included on the move. I think its all just different technology and all of them are worth a try. I like holding something so if something were to go wr...
I will post again what I posted above. "I think you maybe referring to him saying maths instead of the more popular, in the Americas, math. Maths is commonly used across the world as the short for of Mathematics which makes perfect sense. If you extended the word maths you would get, "Do the Math[ematic]s". Its just a difference on your background if you are from the UK or Australia you probably say Maths while in the United States we say Math. True story look ...
I think you maybe referring to him saying maths instead of the more popular, in the Americas, math. Maths is commonly used across the world as the short for of Mathematics which makes perfect sense. If you extended the word maths you would get, "Do the Math[ematic]s". Its just a difference on your background if you are from the UK or Australia you probably say Maths while in the United States we say Math. True story look it up.
Did anyone else find the badly resized images annoying?
N does compete with ethernet, but what really matters is your internet connection speed. Having N capability won't magically make your internet connection better.
Thank god this came up again, I had an argument about this with someone and they would not give in I stated facts. Anyway you are completely correct in most markets its impossible to find speeds that are offered by 802.11n. Not only that, but when you can find it, the price is way to high for the average consumer. I love the fact that streaming wirelessly should be much easier. It is gonna make my life a lot easier I don't have to extend my Ethernet cable through out the house.
Excuse me I think it is you who is confused about what the difference between megabits and megabytes is. The highest tier offered by the cable company in my area is 50 (With DOCSIS 3) Mbps which is 6.25MBps which is not even the max throughput rate of G. Yes range does affect how much bandwidth you truly have, but 65-80% is a stretch. I would say 80-90%. Oh yea it costs over a hundred dollars a month for that speed. Not including cable or any other services I doubt the average consumer spends...
My statement still stands, because you will have trouble finding a connection that is faster than G. It will be expensive and not widely available, because it will be fiber. The only benefit you will have is in your LAN you would be able to have better streaming, possibly streaming anything on your PC that is in HD to your console. Your comment didn't change anything. My connection is the fastest available in my area (at consumer level) and I get 2MBps.
It has G, but there is a adapter for N.
Ah ok well my mistake then. I would think that would be the problem as well.
It was a screen shot of a web page.
The speed of wireless does not really matter right now. Until we have connections available to the consumer at those speeds. This is very unlikely. Although, I agree wireless N is great. It makes me happy. @xer0 Now with wireless N it is. If you have a N router then you should be able to rely on the wireless to be as good as being connected by Ethernet. Though that would depend on the environment is being used it, which still gives cables the advantage.
Chrome and Safari use the same engine being webkit although the java-script handlers are different. @Traveler If you say that Chrome on your laptop is slower than your PS3 browser its probably because your laptop isn't well the greatest thing out there.
I bet you don't game on PC if you did then you would not have made such a dire mistake. "3 CPU each with 2 cores" No its a Xenon with one CPU that is 3 cores. Each core can handle two hardware threads which is NOT the same as 6 cores or processors. The single PPE in the PS3 is also single threaded while the seven SPEs are single threaded giving developers the freedom to work with up to 8 threads.
Actually there is a difference I just think that the sharpness on the 360 makes the foreground look a bit cartoonish like on the first picture its just weird I can't tell what it is but it just looks that way.
Buy school lunch for 14 school days of course. lol
Now lets see something here Xbox has a year lead. "Q1 2007 1.93 Q2 2007 0.71 Q3 2007 1.31 Q4 2007 4.90 Q1 2008 2.33 Q2 2008 1.56 Q3 2008 2.43" Thats 15.17 million in two years even though Q4 for 2008 is not included. Divide that by two and you get 7.585 million per year. This gives you a decent guess as too what the numbers may be like this year. Now the Xbox will be replaced a year earlier then the PS3 which is assuming ...
I would say the disagrees came because avis are already fully supported because all an AVI does is contain an audio and video stream into one file. This is a really bad comparison but its like a zip file with and audio file and a video file in it. Now if you meant you wanted full support for all the possible types of video contained within the AVI then it would be more accurate. Audio streams are already supported since majority are just MP3, AAC or AC3(Dolby Audio).
GT4 clearly is ahead of Forza in any type of customization besides maybe aesthetic customizations. I love customizing the flywheel per race because it makes things much more competitive aswell as adding a strategy aspect to it. One thing that I love the most would be the Graphs that come with GT4 customization haven't really played 5P yet but im sure its excellent.
Don't be noobs, If you upgraded from 2000 to XP then you should update to this from vista. Because it is the same kernel jump. The Linux kernel also has a numbering system and try to use your brain, what you said is equivalent to me saying every OS based on the NT kernel is the same version. Yes, Win 7 is a major version jump and don't let anyone tell you otherwise. "System - 16bit system files System32 - 64bit system files Wow64 - 32bit system files" ...
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