- Plataforma: PlayStation 3
- Clasificación ESRB: Para todos los públicos
- Media: Electrónica
- Cantidad producto: 1
PS3 SLIM 120 GB VERSIÓN 3.55 + MANDO Y CABLES
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CONSOLA PS3 SLIM DE 120GB CON VERSIÓN 3.55 INCLUYE MANDO Y CABLES. FUNCIONA PERFECTAMENTE Y SE ENCUENTRA EN BUEN ESTADO GENERAL. GARANTÍA DE UN AÑO.
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I am a huge PS3 fan. While the console is not perfect, the system has plenty of games almost for anyone, regardless of the age. The only thing that still was driving me crazy is that once I moved to PS3 I stopped using my PS2 games and just because the new consoles are not compatible with older ones.
Knowing that the 60GB old units can play both type of games (PS3 plus PS2) I took the chance. However, the unit worked for about 24 hrs and after that, it refused to play PS3 games again, caput, dead! It worked for some of the PS2 games I have, but sporadically, which made me believe it was a console issue not because my games. The console was taking the disc without any issue though, you can even heard the spinning disc inside, but the system was not playing the disc's information at all, nothing.
So ... I wanted to give the unit a chance :-) ... and because I received it during a weekend, I had the whole Sunday and part of Saturday to troubleshoot the problem and see if it was a software issue, not hardware (unlikely, but really wanted to try)
That weekend the wife got little or not attention from my side :-) I performed a full system format, quick reset of the console settings, tried bunch of games and even manually clean the discs myself, hoping it was some scratched disc ... I did everything possible that was not hardware invasive, you name it ... and nothing worked! I literally spent my whole weekend on the issue but the unit never played a single PS3 game ever again. Actually, after a few hours it also stopped playing PS2 games as well, which the console was reading hours before, sporadically, but it was.
After Google this a bit more the Monday after, I found that this is a typical problem on most of these older units. The PS3 games are Blue Ray discs; the laser and circuit that is in charge of reading that is prone to problems so if that part or parts stopped working, you ended with a unit that will only read and play older PS2 games, which are not Blue Ray discs of course. It can be fixed replacing that part in the motherboard, but I do not have the time for that. And to be honest, I would not recommend anyone to spend extra bucks and time fixing a unit that in computer terms is ancient and already obsolete.
Long story short, I returned it to Amazon. Thanks God the seller was Amazon Prime endorsed and while it took few days, I finally received my money back.
I guess that I will have to display and connect my old PS2 box to the same T.V that I used for my PS3 console, different port of course. Or resign myself and send all those PS2 games to "Play Station heaven", aka trash can, where they will rest in peace for ever.
Oh well, that's technology. New gadgets and advances sometimes put good stuff behind, even when is still good.
*** Bottom line ***
If you have the money and time, and you are willing to take the risk, get one of this units and see what happens. But there is no warranty whatsoever that what happened to me, will happen to you in one or two months. Hate to write bad reviews, but I feel obligated to help others and share my experience during the process, especially when Sony already informed that a new console will be released in spring of this current year, making this 60GB even older and more obsolete than ever.
A few months after we purchased it, we had to exchange it for a new one under warranty due to a firmware / software load issue - but since then all has been good. Obviously, once they got the software right, the hardware had the right stuff to go the distance.
I hope I did not jinx this now that I finally wrote a review stating how great it has run all these years... but there is my review of the
"Fat" 60GB PS3. I wish all my electronic purchases had this much life and brought this much satisfaction!!
It does run a tad loud - the fan is definitely whisper quiet... in fact, we also bought a PS3 Slim a few months ago, and it is very quiet compared to this one. The PS3's get used on two different sets now..... the boys like it that way!
Well done on this one, Sony.