Specification Description
CPU 32-bit RISC
Clock speed 33.9 MHz
RAM 512 KB
Audio 4 MB RAM
Hard drive 16 MB
Resolution 740 x 480 pixels

The PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system (70000 series) is small, slim and network ready. It inherits the basic functions and design philosophy of earlier PlayStation®2 systems, but the internal design architecture has been completely overhauled to include the latest technology.

The PlayStation®2 includes:

  • DVD and CD playback
  • Digital surround sound
  • 2 memory card slots
  • Integrated Ethernet port for network gaming
  • DUALSHOCK® analog controller

The PLAYSTATION®3 MotorStorm™ Game Pack includes:

  • Best-selling PLAYSTATION®3 exclusive game MotorStorm™
  • Internal 80GB HDD for storing your games, music, and photos
  • Built-in Blu-ray player
  • Cell Broadband Engine™ advanced microprocessor
  • SIXAXIS™ wireless controller
  • High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) out for 1080p resolution
  • Internet ready with built-in wireless network connectivity (Wi-Fi)
  • CompactFlash®, SD Memory Card and Memory Stick Duo™ card slots
  • Four USB ports
  • Backwards Compatibility
  • Free access to the PLAYSTATION® Network, including online gaming, the PLAYSTATION® Store and much more

The PSP® Entertainment Pack provides everything you need to enjoy the ultimate in portable gaming and entertainment – including ATV Offroad Fury: Blazin' Trails UMD™ game, Lords of Dogtown UMD™ movie, 1GB Memory Stick Pro Duo™, as well as the PSP® system!

The Entertainment Pack includes:

  • PSP® (PlayStation® Portable) system
  • AC Adaptor
  • Battery Pack
  • ATV Offroad Fury: Blazin Trails UMD™ game
  • Lords of Dogtown UMD™ movie
  • 1 GB Memory Stick PRO Duo™

The GameBoy Advance is fast and fun. The 2.9" TFT reflective colour screen is far better than the original GameBoy and there is also a great choice of games. They've mixed the old classic Nintendo games, such as Super Mario with the new, like Pokémon and 'Advance' series of games including the excellent Advance Wars.

How did the Game Boy successfully compete--and in some cases bury--an onslaught of faster, more powerful handheld and home console systems? Let us count the ways: affordability, a huge library of games that consistently made the most of the hardware's limitations, smart power management that extended battery life, and uncluttered controls. But perhaps it was the system's ultraportable design that allowed devotees to play video games around their schedule, making it the must-have system for kids and adults alike.

Game Boy Advance SP is a completely redesigned version of the popular GBA, this system has a new illumination feature and a sleek, flip-screen design -- making it the most distinctively stylish, compact and portable Game Boy system ever. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery takes just 3 hours to fully recharge, and its good for 10 hours of continuous play with the light on and 18 hours of play with the light turned off. Game Boy Advance SP is backward compatible, allowing you to use virtually all games previously released for the Game Boy® line.

Though it looks like a toy, don't be fooled: the Nintendo GameCube is a powerful video game console that rightly deserves its place among the other next-generation game systems. In fact, its playful, appealing design and small size (the unit is a not-quite-cubed 6 inches) aren't the only features that set it apart from the others.

For starters, Nintendo has quite clearly made this a game-only machine. It doesn't try to play your CD collection, run your movies, read your e-mail, or store your MP3 files. The company has concentrated its efforts on games. All the prelaunch titles we've seen play smoothly, with bright, fast graphics and great sound.

Traditional bottlenecks that have, in the past, slowed down processing have been removed. New components designed by IBM and MoSys, as well as a large-capacity secondary memory cache, keep instructions moving through the system's microprocessor (MPU) at peak levels.

The Nintendo DS - the next generation of handhelds from Nintendo is the best yet, with the introduction of a dual touch screen, giving the ability for the user to have, for example a birds-eye view of the map or course in the bottom screen and the standard view in the top screen. This gives increased awareness of opponents, giving a more competitive edge. In addition, the touch screen means navigation through menus is easier and is a nice touch, although pressing buttons isn't that hard!


  • Over 500 games: Choose from an ever-expanding library of exciting titles. There's something for everyone in every genre: sports, action, adventure, racing, and more.
  • Incredible exclusives: Halo® 2, Full Spectrum Warrior™, Dead or Alive® 3, DOOM 3™, and Fable™, just to name a few.
  • Blockbuster sensations: Franchise hits include Grand Theft Auto III, Need for Speed™ Underground, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell®, and now EA Sports titles like  Madden NFL 2005, NCAA® Football 2005, and FIFA Soccer 2005
  • The ultimate high-speed gaming arena: Through Xbox LIVE®, compete with gamers across the globe, download new content, and chat strategy with friends and teammates. 

Xbox 360 leads the industry with its wireless gaming and entertainment experience—featuring stunning high-definition graphics and the largest library of next-generation game titles. Includes everything you need to game online or at home in up to 1080p resolution.



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