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Post by Dan @ 07:56am 06/07/12 | 3 Comments
Documents filed by Sony with the Federal Communications Commission -- the US organisation responsible for approving consumer electronics for public consumption -- have revealed that the console manufacturer has another new revision of PlayStation 3 hardware in the oven (via: Eurogamer).

It's not clear whether this is just another minor revision to help Sony further trim manufacturing costs, but Eurogamer seems quite confident that this new "CECH-4001x" model is actually a new "Super Slim" model that has been rumoured for a reveal at the upcoming GamesCom 2012 expo, which will be held in Cologne, Germany in late August.

The currently slim model is known as the 3000 series, and introduced reduced size, weight and power consumption when it superseded manufacturing of the previous model back in 2009.



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Raven
Posted 08:21am 06/7/12
Even though I only bought a PS3 about 12 months ago, I'd consider another replacement if it saved a significant amount of space (and power). They're rather bulky :/
HERMITech
Posted 08:56am 06/7/12
Unless it has new current vid tech in it, I wouldn't bother.
Haven't owned a console since the original Xbox died.

PC is just way better in every sense.
Rhys84au
Posted 11:53pm 06/7/12
i might grab one, i realise with luck next gen is ~18 months - 2 years away hopefully however ps3 is such a brilliant media device ontop of being able to play games. tversity on my comp transcoding to the ps3 + american psn account running netflix = total home entertainment
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