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Video Review For the final part of our cheapie Blu-ray group test, we’re looking at the Sony PS3. It’s at the top of the price range - at £299 - but given that you get a high-end games console as well, it’s a decent deal.

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Sony PlayStation 3

Sony PS3 sub-£300 Blu-ray Disc player

Excellent DVD upscaling, a great picture and you can play games on it too.
Price: £299 / $400 RRP

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