If your spanking new PS3's 60GB HDD just isn't big enough, then will 750GB suffice? At least, it's the biggest that can be fitted to date, courtesey of the Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 750 GB HDD. It's only now, that after months of negativity driven in laser guided hoards towards Sony, that the console's true hackability is starting to shine through it's beautifully wrapped, plastic gloss coating.
Kotaku is reporting that, "Console hacking enthusiasts have already taken the first steps towards making the PS3 backup friendly, installing LINUX and using it to dump a 7.08GB ISO file from Madden 07 onto an external hard drive. Pool Boy over at PS3News points out that this is exactly how the PSP backup scene got started, and that the PS3 file structure closely resembles the one used in PlayStation Portable games."
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