Friday, September 30, 2011

Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii

Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 or Nintendo Wii, which is better
Here are three top consoles nowadays that you can choose. Sony PlayStation 3 next generation console that continues a glorious path of PlayStation and PlayStation 2. Xbox 360: Microsoft's next console is created in the continuation of the Xbox. Finally, the cheapest Nintendo Wii and showing the lowest performance. So let's review and compare the various parameters, so you can decide what is best for you.


Xbox 360 is in second place for hardware parameters. First there are two models that can be purchased. One is a regular white Xbox 360 controllers with no hard drive cable. The updated model has wireless controllers and a hard disk drive 20 GB to store photos, videos and audio files. It also has an optical drive DVD that allows the console to display high definition video. The last thing you should be notified that Microsoft will update its Xbox 360 free of charge to support GD full 1080p video output.

Sony PlayStation 3 is, first judging by hardware. It has Blue-ray is not available in Basic or Premium Xbox 360 (you can buy for $ 200 which makes the cost of Xbox 360 as PS3.) Moreover, the hard drive is 20 GB in the basic model and 60 GB hard coming in the update model. In addition to the premium version of PS3 has WiFi built in.

Nintendo is the cheapest is the worst of integrated hardware while showing the lowest productivity between Xbox 360 and PS3. It has a DVD drive but there is no ability to play DVD movies on it. However, it has built in Wi-Fi to surf the web.


Xbox 360 and PS3 are in some way, even in this classification because the number and quality of the games that are out there in the market are pretty even. PlayStation 3 is supposed to be the best in graphics but still no games that show the full potential of this console.

Xbox 360 will run most games that have been created for the Xbox, but not all. Moreover PlayStation 3 will run all PS and PS2 games. However, these possibilities only in North America and Japan, the PS3 versions, but not the European version.

Compatible with all Nintendo games created for earlier versions of consoles: GameCube, NES, SNES and Nintendo 64. However, the graphics quality of games is not as good as it is on Xbox 360 and PS3 games.


First I would like to say that Nintendo does not support movie playback or storage large, so will this console of this part of the comparison. Although you can view photos, MPEG and QuickTime, MP3 music files on this console, and all SD storage only. The real battle comes between the two Mega consoles: Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 here. PS3 fist was the only console that supports 1080p full HD, but now Microsoft is going to update all Xbox 360 consoles in the same HD. As evens out.

Blu-ray offers an advantage for Sony PlayStation 3 to store movies and archives around the disc, as they can store much more information and a better game that fits into a larger disk. HD Media Center Extender for Xbox 360 PS3 exceeds what they can offer. You can display HDTV, live and recorded on the network, plus you can download movies and TV shows from the web. The other thing that gives an advantage of Xbox 360 is a compact, Apple iPod and Sony PSP. It is the only console that supports streaming video and audio from the PC.

Audio Support: PS3 has a Dolby Surround 5.1, which is not bad until you hear that Xbox 360 has a multichannel system that supports up to 256 discrete channels. Wii on the other hand is compatible with Dolby Pro-Logic II.

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