E3 is in the line for another round of applause and a zombie-fest of eager people. This time, things are stacking up in a positive direction due to the ever-so-popular rivalry of PS3 and Microsoft Xbox 360. The latest breakout chart is all about the pricey price factor among the two rivals, as both of them dropped their rates and users have a wider option of choosing among the two consoles.
The price chart lets you build your own rough sketch of both consoles in the long run. Maybe you think paying $4 a month to play games through Xbox Live is a crime, so you can switch to PS3. You want one thing; while someone else wants a piece of something else. Hence each person is driven by his/her own preferences.
A small point of contemplation;
- The PS3 has more user friendly aspects as compared to Xbox 360. You have a PS3; you can get along by attaching its Hard disk to your laptop or any other compatible device. But if you have an Xbox 360, then you are just bound to it for al; eternity.
- The PS3 supports the 802.11b/g wireless chip, but Xbox 360 gained the edge through their 802.11n specs.
- The PS3 generates higher degree of visuals through the HDMI cable and the 1.3a specs, whereas Xbox 360 is sitting low through the 1.2 specs.
There are tons of other features on hardware level, for you to compare but in the end, it all lies down on your shoulders. Either you want to go with Xbox 360 or the PS3, its up to you and it wont matter much, but the companies are really relying on some high sales.