A Newbies Guide to Play Station 3 (PS3)

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BookCaps Study Guides, Nov 1, 2012 - Games
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 Games systems used to be simple--plug into TV, put in game cartirage, power on...and occasionally spend several minutes plugging dust out and putting it in at just the right angle! Today game systems are more than game systems--they are multi-media powerhouses. In the case of PS3, it is a full on computer.


This guide will help you get the most out of your PS3 and everything that's built into it--from adjusting parental settings to changing the way it looks.


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With the PlayStation 3 160GB system, you get free PlayStation Network membership, built-in Wi-Fi and 160GB of hard disk drive storage for games, music, videos and photos. This system will come with firmware 3.6 or greater. You can easily upgrade to the latest firmware for free, simply by connecting the PS3 to the internet. And every PS3 system comes with a built-in Blu-ray player to give you pristine picture quality and the best high-definition viewing experience available. Whether it’s gaming, Blu-ray movies, music or online services, experience it all with the PlayStation 3 system. All PlayStation 3 systems are already equipped with everything you need to play stereoscopic 3D games. - See more at: http://aha.webthriftstore.com/shop/sony-playstation-3-slim-160gb/10127#sthash.zN9TmI69.dpuf 

Contents

Introduction
Making Connections
Setting up thePlayStation NetworkPSN
USB Drives Netflix andOther Services
Getting Moreoutof Your PlayStation 3
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