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PlayStation 3

Introduced: 2006-11-11

Description: Next generation PlayStation. Will use the Cell processor and four 64 MB XDR DRAM chips for 256MB memory. Said to be presented in May of 2005, with mass production starting in mid-2006. To include Nvidia RSX graphics said to be twice as fast as NV40. Already previewed, but will be available in mid-2006.

Type: Technologies [Roadmap] [Timeline]

State: Planned

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2006-10-24 Sony's Xbox 360 and PS3 Cost Claims Analyzed:  Sony's New Math prices Xbox 360 cost at almost $700 DailyTech [rm]

2006-07-21 High PS3 Price is Pushing Away Developers:  "Developers, Developers, Developers, Developers"... DailyTech [rm]

2006-07-13 Nvidia anticipates big bucks from Playstation 3 deal: A YEAR AND A HALF ago, Sony asked Nvidia to provide a graphics chip to power its PS3 console, after the graphic performance of its own complex Cell chippery proved pretty disas... The Inquirer [rm]

2006-06-26 HDMI 1.3 Finalized Finally, PS3 Onboard:  One more standard for everyone DailyTech [rm]

2006-06-26 High Price of Entry Won't Phase PS3 Sales Says Sony Exec:  Sony banks on "future-proof" tech to win next-generation console war DailyTech [rm]

2006-06-12 Sony wavers over Blu-ray intro The Inquirer [rm]

2006-06-12 More problems beset the PS3 The Inquirer [rm]

2006-06-05 PS3 hardware slow and broken The Inquirer [rm]

2006-06-04 The PS3 GPU is not fast enough yet The Inquirer [rm]

2006-06-01 Sony Exec: We Don't Need No Stinkin' PC:  Sony claims that PCs will be rendered useless by the PS3 DailyTech [rm]

2006-05-18 PS3 controllers can't vibrate because they are flimsy The Inquirer [rm]

2006-05-15 Sony Executive Recommends Wii as Complement to PS3:  Sony Exec agrees with Microsoft Exec regarding Nintendo's Wii DailyTech [rm]

2006-05-13 Playstation 3 might just make it in 2007 The Inquirer [rm]

2006-05-13 John Carmack Gives the Scoop on the PS3: Doubtful of Cell:  id Software's founder not ga-ga over the Cell processor DailyTech [rm]

2006-05-13 Gran Turismo on the PS3 looks good The Inquirer [rm]

2006-05-13 Sony's Kutaragi Says That PS3 Should Cost Consumers More:  $499 and $599 is "probably too cheap" DailyTech [rm]

2006-05-09 PlayStation 3 price bomb dropped, launch date announced: We now have a price and a release date for the PS3. Will all but the most hardcore gamers and PlayStation fans be priced out of Sony's upcoming console? Ars Technica [rm]

2006-05-09 PS3 gets officially priced up The Inquirer [rm]

2006-05-02 Sony's PS3 Push Will Come More from Blu-ray than from Gaming:  Wedbush Morgan Securities believes that Blu-ray on the PS3 is more important than gaming DailyTech [rm]

2006-05-02 Sony more interested in Blu-Ray than console war The Inquirer [rm]

2006-04-17 Playstation 3 operating system does impossible: Impossible? Don't think so... The Inquirer [rm]

2006-04-12 Sony Playstation 3 is far from complete The Inquirer [rm]

2006-04-09 Bet on Sony Playstation 3's futures The Inquirer [rm]

2006-04-07 Sony insists Playstation 3 will be cheap The Inquirer [rm]

2006-04-06 Playstation 3 will cost between €499 and €599 The Inquirer [rm]

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