To get your PS3 to output in 720P you will need an HDMI cable and an HDTV. Connect your PS3 to the HDTV using the HDMI cable. After you connect the PS3 to the HDTV go to options and then output setting and choose to output in 720p.
It supports 720p, 1080i and 1080p. On my television it auto selects 720p unless I disable 720p in the PS3 display settings.
It is possible for the PS3 to upscale a 720p TV to 1080p quality. This is because the PS3 offers a built-in setting that can be turned off and on.
It's 720p for both X360 and PS3 versions.
you can't do that. 1080i games can be played with a hdmi cable or else it will be at 720p
Your PS3 works on all PS3 games except for PlayStation Move (without having PS Move ) and possibly 3D and then it takes the signal from working to whatever TV or HDTV it is connected to. If the Connection is the A/V 480i cable that came with the PS3 that will be the reception you get no matter what the game or TV is. If your HDTV is 720P the PS3 will upgrade everything to 720P including movie DVDs and not just games provided you are connected with at least Optional Component A/V cables and not the ones issued with the PS3
The PS3 will upscale to 1080P if the system is set to upscale. You will not get 1080p you will get 720P upscaled to 1080P. I find that DVDs movies are better on the upscaled format, but they are not of the quality of Blu Ray.
The Xbox 360 games are actually 720p however they are up-scaled to 1080p on the Xbox thus they are not native 1080p games. The PS3 does run games at a native 1080p though in some cases that can be to much for the hardware of the PS3 and it can cause lag.
Yes It will as its a sata interface :)
Your HDTV can only play 1080 p when the material is 1080P
Yes, probably. But the quality difference won't be noticeable... Yes you can have a 1080p source on a 720p panel. You won't be taking full advantage of the Blu-ray/ PS3/ Xbox360 but it will work just fine.