Model: SCPH-30004 R
Condition: Brand New & Sealed - Last One!!
Rare - Snow White European Automobile Color Collection Sony PS2 Console
1 X Matching Official Sony Snow White Dualshock Controller
UK Mains Plug
AV Cable & Scart Block
Box, Packaging & Instructions
YOU MAY BE INTERESTED IN THE OTHER COLOURS I HAVE AVAILABLE FROM THE SAME COLLECTION:-
Super Red, Light Yellow
"To celebrate the sale of 20 million PlayStation 2 consoles, Sony unveiled limited edition color (alleged to be 666 of each) systems at the 2000 Tokyo Game Show. Labeled "The 2001 European Automobile Collection", these systems can be found in "super red", "metallic silver", "astral blue", "snow white", and "light yellow". The case, controller, and system stand are the only unique items in this otherwise stock PS2."
At the heart of the PlayStation 2 is the 128-bit Emotion Engine processor, which combines lightning-fast gameplay and unprecedented graphics
power with DAT-quality stereo sound. The system was designed as an improvement on the original PlayStation's design; the disc-based software and
Dual Shock 2 controllers will be immediately familiar to PlayStation devotees. Also, owners of the original PlayStation need not discard their
existing game collection, because the PS2 is designed to be compatible with the software for the original PlayStation.
The PS2 builds on its home-entertainment value by doubling as a DVD player, which allows it to play thousands of feature-length movies and other
video programmes, and outdo the VHS format in both audio and video quality. Most DVD movies allow you to select alternate audio tracks,
supplemental footage and a host of extra features. Like the original PlayStation, the PlayStation 2 also will play audio CDs.
The PlayStation 2 was designed with future expandability in mind. The unit comes with two USB ports and a Type III PCMCIA expansion slot--the
latest standards in PC communications. It also comes with Sony's own i.Link interface, which can connect it to a varietyof high-tech Sony products--from digital
cameras to notebook computers.