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The PlayStation 2 is the predecessor of the new PlayStation 3. It3, and was in development for a few years beforefirst shown to the public in 1999. It kept evolving throughtoutThroughtout the years.years the console was improved in many ways, recently a slim version of the first PS2 was introduced. The PlayStation 2 can stand on its side or lie flat to fit any space. The console was very powerful when it first came out. The "Emotion Engine", the heart of the console can handle millions of polygons per second, and can simulate weather, words, human behavior and emotions, so that games can react to players' actions in a more realistic way. Once it is installed into your home theater, you'll be treated to a reasonably sharp picture and high-quality sound. The PlayStation 2, like every other console, has a composite A/V cord in the box, which you use to connect the console to your TV. For surround-sound audio, there's a built-in optical digital audio jack. Beyond home-theater integration, you'll find two USB plugs and one IEEE 1394 (FireWire and iLink) port on the front, as well as a port on the back for plugging in the Online Adaptor.
The PlayStation 2 is the predecessor of the new PlayStation 3. It3, and was in development for a few years beforefirst shown to the public in 1999. It kept evolving throughtoutThroughtout the years.years the console was improved in many ways, recently a slim version of the first PS2 was introduced. The PlayStation 2 can stand on its side or lie flat to fit any space. The console was very powerful when it first came out. The "Emotion Engine", the heart of the console can handle millions of polygons per second, and can simulate weather, words, human behavior and emotions, so that games can react to players' actions in a more realistic way. Once it is installed into your home theater, you'll be treated to a reasonably sharp picture and high-quality sound. The PlayStation 2, like every other console, has a composite A/V cord in the box, which you use to connect the console to your TV. For surround-sound audio, there's a built-in optical digital audio jack. Beyond home-theater integration, you'll find two USB plugs and one IEEE 1394 (FireWire and iLink) port on the front, as well as a port on the back for plugging in the Online Adaptor.
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