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Nintendo 3DS
Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3) Slim
Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite
Microsoft Xbox 360 Slim
Sony Playstation 3
Nintendo 3DS
Sony PlayStation 3 Slim Console
Microsoft Corporation Xbox 360 Elite  FAA-00059
Microsoft Xbox 360 Slim Console
Sony Playstation 3 (40 GB) Console
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Release Date
Mar 2011
Sep 2009
Aug 2007
Jun 2010
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Console Type
Handheld
Home Console
Home Console
Home Console
Display
3D Screen
Platform
Nintendo DS
PlayStation 3
Xbox 360
PlayStation 3

  • Though it's a bit pricey, the Nintendo 3DS successfully offers a glasses-less 3D experience that needs to be seen to be believed. A weaker-than-usual launch lineup and some inactivated online features dampen its launch, but the future certainly looks bright.


  • Though it's uglier and trickier to get the hang of than its predecessors, the 3DS manages to be a unique gaming machine that Nintendo fans will want.


  • A time-tested game system design coupled with innovative, convincing 3D technology, makes the Nintendo 3DS a force to be reckoned with. It's not only the most advanced Nintendo DS yet, but a solid first in a new generation of handheld game systems.


  • With a smaller design, more energy-efficient operation, lower price tag, and built-in Blu-ray and multimedia capabilities, the PS3 Slim delivers a compelling package for an affordable price.


  • Slim-line game console system stands out for its value, versatility, and options, and rates 4.5 stars for its efforts. As a Blu-ray player, it rates 3.5 stars; the Blu-ray disc images it outputs are good, but not as pleasing as those on our top-performing stand-alone players, making it a good Blu-ray value only if you also want to play PlayStation 3 games.


  • A long-overdue price drop, a hard-drive bump, and a compelling physical redesign make the Sony PlayStation 3 more desirable than ever.


  • While it's neither a must-have upgrade for existing 360 owners nor as feature-packed as the PS3, the Xbox 360 Elite's combination of top-notch gaming and digital media features make it the current game console of choice.


  • - Colour fidelity and pixel punch is impressive.
    - Dolby Digital 5.1 playback is functional.


  • The Xbox 360 Elite is an attractive new shell for an already impressive gaming console. We would have liked to see the new features handled a little better but overall, it's still the same as the original Xbox 360.


  • While it's neither a must-have upgrade for existing 360 owners nor as feature-packed as the PS3, the Xbox 360 Elite's combination of top-notch gaming and digital media features make it the current game console of choice.


  • In the end, the Xbox 360 is more than worthy of your attention. But whether or not you need to have it right here and now is entirely debatable. Blockbuster titles are a ways off, price barriers significant, and itâ??s still going to take some time before certain promised features (e.g. videoconferencing, handled via an optional camera) arrive.


  • The Xbox 360 is an excellent gaming console, no doubt about that. It is quieter and slightly faster than before and also consumes less power. The new design is much more attractive than before and I love the controller.


  • - The remote also is very responsive and faces no line-of-sight issues because it uses Bluetooth radio, not IR (infrared).


  • - At present that are more than 60 playable games and game-related downloads available through PSN, with more coming soon.


  • - I connected the PS3 via HDMI to the HP Pavilion md5880n and the results were impressive.


Top 5 gaming consoles:

  1. Nintendo 3DS
  2. Sony PlayStation 3 Slim Console
  3. Microsoft Corporation Xbox 360 Elite FAA-00059
  4. Microsoft Xbox 360 Slim Console
  5. Sony Playstation 3 (40 GB) Console