Top 10 of Electronic game consoles


PS3 Slim, power at a reasonable price
A real multimedia centre from €299.90, including a Blu-ray and DVD deck, in an ultra-powerful video console with a strictly black finish. Wi-Fi, 120 or 250 GB memory, USB ports, quiet running, default hard drive, support for SH cards, CompactFlash and memory sticks... It plays music and shows photos and videos from compatible connected devices, boasts ultra-real graphics, has great gaming options and even supports some PlayStation and PlayStation 2 games.
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XBox 360 Elite, an elitist version
Another console with a powerful processor, 120 GB and spectacular graphics. Being an earlier device, it has a large and first-rate range of games and the best online gaming community, for just €259.90.
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Nintendo Wii, suitable for all
The reinvention of gamability. Its innovative peripherals, compatibility with all GameCube games and unconventional offering have made it the best-selling console in record time. Price: €199.90.
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4.- Nintendo Dsi, pocket entertainment
The outstanding product of evolution in handheld consoles. Bigger screens, two 0.3 megapixel cameras, microphone, downloadable games and applications ... for €169.90.
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5.- PSP 3000, the best pictures
Lighter and slimmer than its predecessor, with high-quality graphics, microphone and Wi-Fi ... for €167.90. It caters for films, music, photos and games sent from a computer, as well as Skype use, UMD discs and memory stick cards.
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6.- Nintendo DS Lite, a classic that has lost no strength
Vivid colours and a lighter design for the first successor of the DS. It revolutionized the market with its twin touchscreens and compatibility with Game Boy Advance games. Price: €139.90.
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7.- PlayStation 3, the power of Sony
Quite a lot more rugged than the Lite version, it boasts the same features. It lets you record from TV and share contents with the PSP. With 80 GB, for €289.90.
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8.- PSP Go, one of the latest offerings
The latest to arrive has a smaller screen, includes a digital pad as well as an analogue one and dispenses with the UMD reader, replacing it with a 16 GB drive. Bluetooth is the main novelty. From €249.90.
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9.- Xbox 360 Arcade, with the biggest range of games
The direct successor of the Xbox, it has higher quality and performance. Wireless control, high definition and the best range of games from €179.99.
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10.- PS2, a revolution
The years do not seem to go by for this console. It revolutionized the market as the first integral entertainment centre and is still on sale for some €94.95.
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