"Never buy Microsoft hardware again!"0.5 starson by MrMurder
Pros: It's one the best anger testers on the market.
Cons: RRoD error, E74 error, you HAVE to pay $60 per year just to play online, disc read errors, no built-in Wi-Fi, graphics are inferior to PS3 exclusives, still uses DVD, hard drive goes up to 250 GB, terrible technical support, no web browser.
Summary: Get a PS3... its the smarter choice. I've had it with the Xbox 360. The PS3's failure rate is esimated to be half of the Xbox 360's and the PS3 includes built-in Wi-Fi and you can upgrade the hard drive in the PS3 up to the size of any laptop hard drive (the biggest ones I've seen on Newegg are 640 GB). The PS3 also has Blu-ray, which looks way better than DVD, and offers native 24p support. Also, PlayStation Network is free and you can now do many of the things you can on Xbox Live Gold, even stream Netflix (you do need to get a disc from Netflix, which is free). Game developers have already reached the limits of the Xbox 360's hardware in games. For the PS3, games such as Uncharted 2 utilize 90-100% of its CPU and look beautiful. As for online, there is a game called MAG on the PS3 and it supports up to 256 players in one map without any lag. The Xbox 360 has one overhyped exclusive: Halo 3, and no other games appear to be recognised. The PS3 has tons of exculsives: Ratchet & Clank Future: a Crack in Time, MAG, Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, God of War III, Heavy Rain, Infamous, Uncharted 2, etc.. Also, Microsoft invented Internet Explorer and they couldn't even port into their game console!
I like the Windows operating system, but I am severly dissapointed with the Xbox 360. You can more features in the PS3 for the same cost as the Xbox 360.