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I transfer a lot of videos and pictures to a usb drive in order to view it on my ps3 on the tv. id like to know if there are any wifi external hard drives that i can just leave hooked up to my ps3's usb port and then transfer whatever i want to watch on the tv to the external hard drive.

and also would like to use it as a back up for all my media as well.

thanks.
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I transfer a lot of videos and pictures to a usb drive in order to view it on my ps3 on the tv. id like to know if there are any wifi external hard drives that i can just leave hooked up to my ps3's usb port and then transfer whatever i want to watch on the tv to the external hard drive.

and also would like to use it as a back up for all my media as well.

thanks.
PS3 uses DLNA, some routers and NAS can just plug in to the router then wifi connect to the PS3.

Otherwise you could just use TVersity and run a small server from your computer for your PS3. Thats what I do and it works great.
    
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was kind of hoping to get something that i could do a backup on to.
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