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Getting a new PS3, any deficiencies between the 160 and 320 gig models?

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4 years ago#1
My old 80gig PS3 has been conking out and since there is no Sony Playstation store where I live (Philippines) that can have it looked at, I'm just gonna save up enough cash and get a new model. I was wondering if there was any big deficiencies between the 160 gig and 320 gig models that I should know about before I make my purchase. From what I've gathered, the 320gig models should only be used for guys who like to stuff their PS3s with photos, movies, songs and other non-gaming related stuff. So, anything I should know about?
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4 years ago#2
bump. Does this mean no real difference aside from the space? Has there been any major faulty errors that either model might have?
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Now trying to learn Makoto and Arakune on Blaz Blue CS...
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4 years ago#3
bump. Does this mean no real difference aside from the space? Has there been any major faulty errors that either model might have?

the hard drive space is the only difference both the 160 and 320 gig work the same
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4 years ago#4
Don't get the 320. It's the same unit, but they're charging you $100 for 160 GB more hard drive space. $100 more dollars for 160 GB more free space? How do they justify this?

You can get a 500 GB western digital or seagate hard drive for $55. So, why not pay $250 for the 160 GB system, and upgrade the hard drive if you want to 500 GB for only $55 more?
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