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Sony PlayStation 3

To be available with either 20 or 60 GB of storage at launch, Sony's PlayStation 3 gaming console relies on a multi-core Cell processor to propel games stored on Blu-Ray discs at resolutions from 480i to 1080p. Both models share motion sensitive controllers, Gigabit Ethernet, Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR and USB 2.0 connectivity, while the higher-end model adds HDMI video out, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g and a memory card reader. More


Nintendo Wii

Due out in the fourth quarter of 2006, Nintendo's Wii console places less of an emphasis on graphics as compared to competing offerings from Sony and Microsoft, sidestepping the race for higher frame rates and more pixels with motion sensing controls. Equipped with a current-generation DVD drive, the console is expected to be priced considerably lower than its rivals, and offers features such as an always-on Internet service for downloading updates and a version of the Opera browser for web surfing. More


Sony PlayStation Portable

Nearly as powerful as the PS2, Sony's PlayStation Portable boasts a 4.3-inch widescreen display, analog joystick and Memory Stick Duo expansion; a the proprietary UMD format is used for games. More


Nintendo Game Boy Micro

It's the Game Boy, just smaller; Nintendo's Micro version of the most popular portable gaming console of all time weighs a mere 2.8 ounces and plays nearly 700 titles from the get-go. More


Xbox 360

Part gaming powerhouse, part media extender, Microsoft's Xbox 360 comes in two editions with and without a 20 GB hard drive, complete with complimentary Xbox Live and more. More