More proof my wife is great!

Without even knowing it, prior to our meeting, she bought a widescreen, HD capable TV.

Tom and I bought a PS3 for 360|Flex Atlanta, since he’s already equipped for gaming, and Blue Ray, I got this one. Not counting when it’s doing a tour  of duty as the official Rock Band/Guitar Hero station for 360|Flex, it’s now our Blue Ray player. I doubt I’ll ever own or play a PS3 game, since my gaming days ended when the Original NES died… Good times, good times.

I was pleasantly surprised (I was fully thinking that we’d be buying a new TV sooner than planned to handle HD content) when I upgraded the PS3’s OS to support the BD/BlueTooth remote control, and it comes up with “HDMI Device Detected. Use it?”

“Oh hellz yeah!”

I watched a few minutes of Spider-Man 3 (came with the system), and then Transformers, and WOWZA! While I don’t think the world changed, or that I’ll never watch non 1080 content again, I will say that DAMN it does look great!

6 thoughts on “More proof my wife is great!

  1. Tom Ortega Post author

    Told ya…and for me. I can’t be bothered to watch normal DVD’s again. Tried watching LOTR the other day and the blotchiness was just too much…I can’t wait for a rerelease on true 1080 glory! :)

  2. Jeffry Houser Post author

    My gaming days just started…

    Using the Nintendo Wii I can buy a bunch of old games to play on the "Virtual Console". This gives me a great opportunity to fill in my cultural gap. I'm currently struggling through the original Super Mario Brothers. I'm getting a lot more than $5 worth of entertainment out of it. I plan to start there and work my way through the series.

  3. Tom Ortega

    Told ya…and for me. I can't be bothered to watch normal DVD's again. Tried watching LOTR the other day and the blotchiness was just too much…I can't wait for a rerelease on true 1080 glory! :)

  4. Jeffry Houser

    My gaming days just started…

    Using the Nintendo Wii I can buy a bunch of old games to play on the "Virtual Console". This gives me a great opportunity to fill in my cultural gap. I'm currently struggling through the original Super Mario Brothers. I'm getting a lot more than $5 worth of entertainment out of it. I plan to start there and work my way through the series.

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