PS3 web browser demo video

Well, after getting a good, long look at the Playstation 3 from all angles, now let’s see some of the tricks that this Sony baby has got up its sleeve.

Even in this modern age, many are still baffled by the concept of surfing the web without using a full keyboard. So, to give people an idea of how surfing the web will look on your huge living room TV, well let this video show you.

As we hear from the speaker in this video clip, when browsing the web with the PS3, you will be able to have up to six windows tiled on your screen, through which you can cycle. You can then bring up one of the windows if you want to read its contents, and then bring up your other windows with the R2 button on the Sixaxis (sort of like scrolling through your party members in the Equip section of most RPG menus, doesn’t it?). The right analog stick will allow you to scroll down webpages, while the left analog stick will control your pointer.

One feature that I personally found may take a bit of getting used to would be the SMS-type text entry system that the PS3’s web browser would be using. I personally would have preferred a full on-screen keyboard, but then again, that’s just me.

Thanks badam for the tip!

Well, after getting a good, long look at the Playstation 3 from all angles, now let’s see some of the tricks that this Sony baby has got up its sleeve.

Even in this modern age, many are still baffled by the concept of surfing the web without using a full keyboard. So, to give people an idea of how surfing the web will look on your huge living room TV, well let this video show you.

As we hear from the speaker in this video clip, when browsing the web with the PS3, you will be able to have up to six windows tiled on your screen, through which you can cycle. You can then bring up one of the windows if you want to read its contents, and then bring up your other windows with the R2 button on the Sixaxis (sort of like scrolling through your party members in the Equip section of most RPG menus, doesn’t it?). The right analog stick will allow you to scroll down webpages, while the left analog stick will control your pointer.

One feature that I personally found may take a bit of getting used to would be the SMS-type text entry system that the PS3’s web browser would be using. I personally would have preferred a full on-screen keyboard, but then again, that’s just me.

Thanks badam for the tip!

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