Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Sony Bluetooth for PlayStation 3

Posted by fauzan masykur |

Sony updates its Bluetooth headset with a more elegant design. The latest model now features dual microphones, USB pairing, in-game status indicator, a charge cradle that also works as a desktop microphone, and a big mute button (just in case you need to curse your teammate 2,000 miles from you without them hearing it). It also becomes smaller and even glossier, yet still costs US$49.99.

Expect the Sony Bluetooth headset for PlayStation 3 later this month.

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Monday, October 12, 2009

New PS3 3.0 / 3.01 firmware update making Blu-ray drive unusable?

Posted by fauzan masykur |

What could possibly cause nearly 700 comments on an official Sony
blog post announcing the relatively minor 3.01 firmware update for the PS3? Plaudits? A Kanye meme gone awry? No, it's the age old problem of an update that apparently breaks more than it fixes. In this case, a sizable number of users are reporting that the 3.0 and/or 3.01 update caused their PS3's Blu-ray drive to be all but unusable for both games and Blu-ray movies (although some folks report that DVDs still work). Other users are also reporting intermittent problems like no sound, and some problems with specific games, but it does seem like the complaints are pretty widespread and, as of yet, Sony isn't saying much about them. Bitten by the upgrade bug yourself? Let us know in comments.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

new MegaChanger and ES Blu-ray by Sony

Posted by fauzan masykur |

While nothing here solves Blu-ray's number one problem, price, there's no denying Sony's got some fun tech on display in its new 400 disc Blu-ray MegaChanger and the new BDP-S1000ES single disc Blu-ray player with WiFi. The MegaChanger presents a lovable XMB-style, Gracenote-powered onscreen menu for sorting through all the media stashed in your MegaChanger, and the S1000ES packs in 802.11n for BD-Live, along with premium analog outs and some dashing good looks for the well-heeled enthusiasts. $1,900 and $700 of respective awesomeness? Well, that's up to you decide.