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PS3 Slim Info and First Look

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Published on Aug 21, 2009

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The PS3 Slim is 32 percent smaller, 36 percent lighter, and has 34 percent less power consumption than the current model. It will have all the same features and functionality as the current PS3.

Will be 120GB, will retail for $299 in North America, €299 in the EU, and ¥29,980 in Japan.

That price will also apply to ALL current 80GB PS3s starting tomorrow

Starts hitting stores first week of september
PSN cards coming to all retail stores globally this september

New PSP colours for europe

PS3 ROCKS!!

120 GB; built-in Wi-Fi; built-in controller charger; Blu-ray format, which holds game content of up to 50GB; free on-line gaming; triple A exclusives like Killzone 2, Metal Gear Solid 4, LittleBigPlanet, inFamous, Uncharted 1 & 2, God of War 3, MAG, Gran Turismo 5, Resistance 1 & 2, and many great multi-platform games. I already own a 360 and a PS3, but for those who have been waiting to buy a current-gen console, the PS3 slim honestly will give you, at least for now, the most bang for your buck

System software update version 3.00 will improve the aesthetics and navigation of PS3, whilst also giving access to optimised TV websites including the UKs BBC iPlayer on from September 1, 2009, followed shortly by RTVE, ANTENA 3 and La Sexta in Spain, ZDFmediathek in Germany, NOS in the Netherlands NOS, and the Australian Broadcast Corporation (ABC) in Australia.

Other new features introduced as part of this system software update include dynamic wallpapers, improved navigation, a short cut to PlayStation Store from Game on the XMB (XrossMediaBar), and a Whats New area which includes short cuts to last three games played and quick browsing of new content on PlayStation Store.

Alongside TV web access, the PlayStation entertainment offering was strengthened with the announcement of the PlayStation Network Video Store for PS3 and PSP, which goes live in November. The service will offer hundreds of movies, from Hollywood blockbusters to local market content, for rental or purchase in standard or High Definition formats. Available at launch in the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany and Spain, the service will be rolled out to more countries throughout 2010.

Digital Reader unveiled
The Digital Reader service for PSP will also become available in December with other markets to follow in 2010. The first offering is Digital Comics, with hundreds of comics available at launch, and many more added each month, with big names including Spider-Man, X-Men and Fantastic Four from Marvel, standing alongside graphic novels and titles from indie and local publishers. Consumers will first need to connect their PSP via Wireless to PlayStation Store to download the Digital Reader. Once downloaded, they can return to the Store to choose from a wide variety of comics available.

New payment system
Access to PlayStation Network content and services, including videos and comics will be made even easier from September with the availability in stores of PlayStation Network Cards in €20 and €50 denominations, allowing consumers to purchase from the PlayStation Store without the need for a credit card.

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