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Tuesday, 15 June 2010 06:56

Sony to roll out 250/500GB PS3 later today

Written by David Stellmack
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Another shot across the Microsoft bow

Yesterday, we learned (ahead of the Sony press conference that is scheduled for later today) that it is very likely that Sony will announce the arrival of a new PlayStation 3 that features a 250GB or 500GB hard drive.

We have had a tough time in confirming this, but now our sources have come back to us with a thumbs up. Apparently, Sony has been feeding an awful lot of “fud” into the rumor mill ahead of E3 in an effort to throw us off the scent.

From what we hear, both the 250GB and 500GB versions will come with the Sony Move motion controllers and a new “N” built-in wireless adapter. We hear that the two new offerings will go for $299 and $399, respectively.

No word yet if this means price reductions on the older units without Move and the smaller hard drives.

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