179w ago - The eagle eyes at JustPushStart.com (linked above) spotted a limited time GameStop promotion on trade-ins today, which offers up to $200 in store credit on used PS3 entertainment systems.
For those who aren't worried about losing OtherOS functionality, you can now trade in your old PlayStation 3 console for $200 credit towards a less-shiny new PS3 Slim model... just be sure to do so before the offer ends on July 18, 2010.
To quote: "By trading in a PS3 with one controller and the AV cables, GameStop will offer you a big $200 bucks (store credit). It doesn't matter if you have the fat or the slim PS3s. The store will gladly give you a store credit of $200 regardless of what model. Just make sure it works though!
Trading it towards something else is a great idea for this deal. Don't miss it! It only last until July 18th."
199w ago - Sony is set to launch its first 3D-ready Blu-ray Player model BDP-S470 later this month for $200, which is $100 less than the PlayStation 3 entertainment system.
With a PS3 Firmware update slated for release this summer, it will be able to show 3D video in Full HD 1080p providing you have a 3D capable HDTV to view it in 3D.
As well as being able to display 3D video, the Sony BDP-S470 had play BD, DVD, CD and SACD, and it comes with BD-Live support, Bravia Internet Video, and a USB port that can be used to playback video from an external source.
Other features include 1080p DVD up-scaling, TueHD/DTS-HD Master audio decoding, and it also features support for Sony's free BD Remote App for the iPhone and iPod Touch that will let you control the player with your handheld Apple device.
PS3 3D titles showcased at CES 2010 included MotorStorm: Pacific Rift, LittleBigPlanet, Super Stardust HD, Resistance 2, and Killzone 2.