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PSJailBreak 2 - PS JailBreak PS3 ModChip Clone is Reviewed

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185w ago - Hello, I am going to review a PS JailBreak PS3 ModChip Clone simply called the PSJailBreak 2. This review will be detailed so I am going to criticize each aspect I find necessary.

1) Packaging

It comes in the "standard JailBreak packaging", it is good, I didn't like that they used 2 magnets for opening/closing the package...

Any magnet near any Hard-Drive or monitor will cause some damage, especially because many people would keep the package near the ps3...

Packaging Grade: 90/100

2) The Object

It is very small and compact. It is enclosed in rubber, you can completely remove the rubber and enclose it again. Funny thing is that the shape of the device is exactly same contrasted to the Official PSJailBreak banners. The "PSJAILBREAK2.TW" that is written on it is a sticker that is easily removable...

Object Grade: 80/100

3) Software

It is supplied blank which is good, but they didn't write their [Register or Login to view links] anywhere, so I wouldn't know where to get software unless I searched. There are problems with the software, as follows:

First of all, There are two types of PSJailBreak 2 "soft-updaters". One will update to JailBreak-related...
 

P3Go PS JailBreak Clone PS3 ModChip Reviewed

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187w ago - This time I will be reviewing the P3Go PS JailBreak clone PS3 ModChip from Gamebox.hk.

Features:

  • Second Generation Architecture with all the features of the First Generation.
    Onboard SLC NANDFLASH Memory of 128MB (Most competing products offer 16KB with the highest being 128KB)
  • High speed 32 bit CPU processor clocked at 500MHz.
  • All P3GOs are fully updatable via USB on your Windows PC using a very simple and intuitive process.
  • P3GO supports dual payloads. (Only device in the market with this feature)
  • A microSDHC slot is inbuilt which supports up to 32GB for future expansion.
  • Made out of high quality, durable polymer which has been built to last.
  • P3GO is regularly updated to provide our users with the latest features at no extra cost.
  • Simple step-by-step guide available on the site will show you how to use and install P3GO and our support team will assist you with any problems you may encounter along the way.

This is not your ordinary JB device, this was one of the first devices to incorporate an microSHDC slot and with its onboard 128mb made it very desirable for those...
 

PS JailBreak PS3 ModChip Legal in Spain, Sony to Pay Damages

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188w ago - Today Spanish site NicaGamerz.com (linked above) reports that the PS JailBreak PS3 ModChip is now legal in Spain, and that Sony must pay damages to the defendant.

The Barcelona court trial [Register or Login to view links] apparently hinged on Sony's removal of OtherOS functionality.

To quote, roughly translated: "In Spain there was a precedent because any PSJailbreak product is legal for sales and advertising.

According to court No 8 Mercantil de Barcelona, on 07 December two thousand and ten, was officially PS legalization of Jailbreak in any store in Spain, too, that Sony will have to pay all the costs to the stores selling this product.

With the departure of PSJailbreak, Sony tried everything possible to prevent the sale in Spain of products that create the bootable Playstation 3 video games downloaded over the Internet or using backups for loading the games, following complaints produced by Sony, shops that were affected did not hesitate to attack Sony resorting to lawsuits.

As a conclusion all the devices that were previously illegal and can upload copies of video games has been legal in Spain.
 

PS3 E3 Card Reader PS JailBreak Clone Mod-Chip Reviewed

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192w ago - The PS3 E3 Card Reader is a normal card reader for the PC, but with additional firmware installed on it you can turn this device in a PS3 JailBreak clone mod-chip.

Hello and welcome to another review I am making for PS3News.com!

This time I will be reviewing the E3 Card Reader from Team E3.

First some details from the product:

Flash size: 128K
Flash memory onboard: 4 MB
Dual-Firmware support: Yes
Easy use: Yes
LED: 2 blue and red

Pros:

• The production is from a high level
• Quality Built Hardware
• Easy To Upgrade
• Dual-boot option inside

Cons:

• 4Mb flash is very small, but you can overcome that with another normal USB stick inserted with the packages on it!

Features from the E3:

• 32bit processor with 128k flash
• MicroSD SDHC supported
• Multi-System supported - (WinXP/vista/Win7/MacOS/Linux)
• 4M programable onboard FLASH - (Accessed as 4M USB drive)
• Support Multi-System - Super-Drag-Drop Upgrade -Nothing more than a file copy

Shipping info:
 

x3Max PS JailBreak Clone PS3 ModChip is Reviewed

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195w ago - Here is my quick x3Max PS JailBreak clone PS3 modchip review, which I got from their official site linked above.

My story begins as I'm listening to speedcore on my computer and conducting business. Suddenly there's a knock at my door - I peer out the window to see a large van on the street.

I get up and answer the knocking only to discover a lady with a clipboard. She illustrates her desire for my signature and while this is happening I start to remember that I had ordered some samples.

After I politely signed my signature she proceeded to hand me a large DHL bag. We part ways and I enter my computer room, from here I proceed to open the bag only to discover a padded envelope.

I gaze upon it and begin to tear though it and I eventually discover what appears to be my JailBreak sample! Happily I open the resealable plastic, and on my computer I open up PS3News.com eager to write this lovely review!

ANYWAYS! This x3Max JailBreak came in an ugly box which featured a guy with tomato sauce on his face playing his PS3 - I have no idea why they used this, when their Web site has a picture of some hot girl holding a ps3 controller.

I wondered why it came...
 
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