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Where is the 120 Gig PS3?

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Anybody know anything?
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Anybody know anything?

so sorry ,i don't know
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Your best bet is to buy the 60gig version if you can find one, and replace the hard drive with a 250. The drive is supposedly dead easy to replace, and the 60gig version has hardware PS2 support.
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Your best bet is to buy the 60gig version if you can find one, and replace the hard drive with a 250. The drive is supposedly dead easy to replace, and the 60gig version has hardware PS2 support.

FWIW, I upgraded by 40GB PS3 last weekend with a 160GB drive I took out of my MacBook (the MacBook was upgraded with a 320GB drive). It was very easy to do and seems to be working fine.

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FWIW, I upgraded by 40GB PS3 last weekend with a 160GB drive I took out of my MacBook (the MacBook was upgraded with a 320GB drive). It was very easy to do and seems to be working fine.

-Keith

I'd like to have the backwards compatibility that the 80 gig has.

I thought E3 would bring news but it only brought more confusion. They're replacing the 40 gig with an 80 gig that doesn't have backwards compatibility at the same price point, $399. That means they'll have two 80 gig versions. Lame
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Your best bet is to buy the 60gig version if you can find one, and replace the hard drive with a 250. The drive is supposedly dead easy to replace, and the 60gig version has hardware PS2 support.

Hit the nail on the head

They are very easy to replace if you want more space

I have a 60-gig and havent come close to filling it up
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