It's not just a matter of how much you're willing to spend...
According to Gamesindustry.biz, Sony's latest spec sheet for the PlayStation 3 points out more differences than merely the price between the company's $499 20GB version and $599 60GB version. The 20GB version is somewhat crippled in other ways besides storage space, as it lacks slots for memory sticks, SD or flash compact cards. Additionally, the cheaper version will not offer any Wi-Fi options or HDMI output.
The 60GB version has also trimmed down a bit, with only one HDMI port (instead of the two found on last year's prototype), one Ethernet port (versus the three originally shown), and four USB ports (six were originally planned).
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