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This product is exclusively for use with the PlayStation 3 system. This remote control uses Bluetooth wireless communication to operate playback of Blu-ray Discs (BD) and other types of disc media on the PlayStation 3 system.
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banned#1
£14.99 at Play.com with free postage.
#2
Cant believe this isnt included in the box, probably only costs a quid to make but at least they could of used it to partly justify the price. Why sony, why?
#3
Agree should be in the box, sony are just tryin to make money left, right and center.:evil:

If can wait a bit this should come down in orice to about £10 or so, very soon.:prop:
banned#4
h2w
Cant believe this isnt included in the box, probably only costs a quid to make but at least they could of used it to partly justify the price. Why sony, why?

It doesn't even come with the required HDMI cable (for blue-ray)
#5
Blu-ray is going to be Sony's betamax for the decade...
#6
Yeah, normally I'm a fan of Sony, although never cheap, they are normally very high on quality. But for the high definition format i'm really hoping HD-DVD wins Sony have shone from the PS3 saga that they really are after squeezing as much cash as is humanly possible out of people.
#7
Won't the wireless gamepad do just as good a job? The only reason people bought a DVD remote for the PS2 was because the wired gamepads were not wireless? Or does this do more than that?
#8
Another thing, you notice that this remote is bluetooth as opposed to the standard IR so they are clearly not giving the option to use the old ps2 remote.

I love my bravia, vaio, ps2, psp and everything sony, but i am not at all interested in the ps3 until they sort themselves out - game wise, price wise and format wise, come on sony dont let us down!
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moby_matt
Blu-ray is going to be Sony's betamax for the decade...


Have you seen the recent sales figures for HD-DVD sales V BLU-RAY sales, BLU-RAY comes out on top on pretty much every chart.

Sony get alot of stick for betamax but many consider it was a superior format.

hmmmm now who was it who brought us the Compact Disc? :thinking:
#10
scoopy2scoops
Have you seen the recent sales figures for HD-DVD sales V BLU-RAY sales, BLU-RAY comes out on top on pretty much every chart.

Sony get alot of stick for betamax but many consider it was a superior format.

hmmmm now who was it who brought us the Compact Disc? :thinking:


Phillips?
#11
furq
Phillips?


And Sony, it was a joint thing.:thumbsup:

Blu-Ray is more resiliant(scratch resistance wise), has more capacity and is out selling HD-DVD.

The biggest factor though is support from Hollywood Studios, and Blu-Ray is well ahead in the department too. The only exclusive support HD-DVD has is Universal, whereas Blu-Ray has [COLOR=Black]Columbia Pictures, MGM, Disney, Lionsgate and 20th Century Fox. So if you want to watch any of those you need Blu-Ray.[/COLOR]
#12
Scorpion
Blu-Ray is more resiliant(scratch resistance wise), has more capacity[/COLOR]


They only created the scratch resistance layer as it was getting scratched easily and the data was becoming damaged. It's as scratch resistance as a HD-DVD but HD-DVD are cheaper so easily replaced :)

Oh and there's a 51gig HD-DVD disk coming out, so it has got more capacity at the moment, but only for a few more months.
#13
dodgydave
£14.99 at Play.com with free postage.


£14.98 actually qualifies for free super saver delivery :thumbsup:
[mod]#14
Thanks Razor Gen :)
#15
I see a pattern...

betamax = flop :giggle:
cd = not :roll:
minidisc = flop :giggle:
bluray = ??? :roll:

and are your sure £14.98 can get super saver delivery as i was 2 pence away the other day on some other items and it wouldnt let me. :thinking:

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