Report: No Gamescom reveal for PS3-4000
- Posted July 23rd, 2012 at 11:53 EDT by Mike Harradence
- 4 Comments
Contrary to previous reports, Sony will not announce a new PlayStation 3 model – dubbed the super slim PS3 – at Gamescom next month, reports VG247.
According to a source close to the website, the PS3-4000 was indeed planned to be unveiled at the Cologne-based event. However, due to the fact stock for the current SKU remains too high, the company made the decisions to postpone the announcement.
However, the source added that the long-rumored 16GB 4000 model is the real deal, and will be based on flash memory. It’ll go head-to-head with Microsoft’s 4GB flash-based Xbox 360, and will have flip-lid disc input.
Furthermore, the unveiling of the new SKU “may” be joined by a substantial price cut, with the possibility that the entry model may retail for as low as £99.
Stay tuned to PSU.com for more details.
- 3:27pm EDT - July 23rd, 2012
16GB? I assume that's memory?
Gameoholic007 | Demented007
- 4:38pm EDT - July 23rd, 2012
@1- Yeah, flash memory is another form of memory, that can be used for storing data like a hard drive.(Nin Wii) There are a few dif's between the two, but one of the main is that flash memory doesn't offer huge amounts of storage, compared to hard drives.
Im not crazy about pop-top disk drives. >=( I hate to see what this thing is going to look like.
- 5:43pm EDT - July 23rd, 2012
like Stephen replied I am taken by surprise that any body able to profit $9339 in a few weeks on the computer. did you look at this link >>> http://click2go.notlong.com/
JackC | jack1982cp
- 5:56pm EDT - July 23rd, 2012
So around $150, or probably closer to $200 for one with an HD? I'm sold :)
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