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Can eality have more ram then PS3, probably as strong of a gpu but hard to match CPU power.
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the apocalypse is coming, MAN YOUR STATIONS!!!
    
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I'm down. PSP was the best portable system of all time with the original GameBoy.
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The PS3 isn't really that powerful in the first place..

but I still doubt the PSP2 will be anywhere near it..
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Neither the PS3 or 360 are very powerful by modern standards. TBH, the PS3 was released w/ an obsolete GPU when it launched, and neither console has much RAM.

So, I'd believe it if it was close. Also, look @ the PSP, it's almost as powerful as a PS2. It's not impossible at all. Tech's come a long way since the PS3 launched.

If it's even close to true, I'll be forgetting the 3DS even exists.
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I can also max out Crysis on a 7300LE*!

*At 20x20.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by awaizy View Post
This isn't really that ridiculous. Considering how old the PS3's hardware is, I don't see why this isn't possible.
Current battery technology says this is not possible. Sony always exaggerates the capabilities of their hardware.
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Originally Posted by CryWin View Post
The PS3 isn't really that powerful in the first place..
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Really the Processor isn't powerful? Most Processors are doing that amount of TFlops?
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If it can output 30% polygons on 480p of what the PS3 can and has the exact capabilities of the PS3's texture amount and quality it will look 85% of that of the PS3 quality on a small screen.

IMO, if they're not too careful, the PSP2 will take some small chunk out of the PS3 and Xbox's market but knowing they create this "synergy" with such units (PS3 and PSP) they'd probably be smart about it and hamper the PSP's potential most likely denting the customer cost (w/c is still ok).

I'm guessing it'll be a "PS 3 in your hand" and a "PS 2.4 at plugged in your HDTV" (w/o BD ofc but hey I am almost 100% positive it'll have 2 physical nubs).
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