The seller lives in Canada... The great white north. He probably had to fend off wolves and brave the cold to cross the frozen tundra with a team of sled dogs just to acquire that. Clearly the post man will have to do the same, judging by the shipping priceThe $150 shipping doesn't seem as insane when you look at the $1000 price tag. :lol: I doubt that guy knows about places known as "stores."
I'm not completely stupid, I know what things are worth in foreign markets. :lol:For a comparison, imagine they were selling a Squier strat on e-bay for ￡1500 with ￡300 shipping.
I've got a BluRay drive in my HTPC, so I don't need it for that either :lol:I bought a PS3 three years ago because they were the best Blu-Ray players on the market and almost the cheapest. I own two games, Little Big Planet and Modern Warfare 2, and have rented like two others. :lol: I don't even bother with the media center functionality any more.
Random eBay shenanigans always make me laugh, unless they're genuinely devious.
Looks better on a 45" TV than on a 20" PC screen.I've got a BluRay drive in my HTPC, so I don't need it for that either :lol:
the original 60GB ones did as well, which is what i have. I use it all the fucking time, cause i just have it, unlike the 360 which almost mandates having an original xbox as well^I have one of the old PS3s with the Emotion chip in it, but the only PS3s that came that way were the 20GB ones, not the 160GB in the original post which should be maybe $500 at the most.
Assumptions :lol: my HTPC is on a 42" 1080p screen.Looks better on a 45" TV than on a 20" PC screen.
I own only 18 PS3 games, compared to the 24 Xbox 360 games I own, and I've rented more 360 games than PS3 games, but I use the PS3 quite often for watching Blu Rays (the rental store near my apartment has a pretty decent selection).