Oh boy, it seems as if this year’s E3 will be the best ever; or am I suffering from a case of over-excitement? Whatever it is I’m not complaining, the news/rumors just keep on rolling in.
This time, it’s from Sony, and evidence (found by tech site Engadget) shows that the hardware giant is set to unveil some new PS3 models at E3, which, by the way, is but a few days away.
The FCC tests labs was the location these new models were found. They include PlayStation 3 models CECH-2501A and CECH-2501B which are both certified for 802.11b/g WiFi and Bluetooth 2.0+EDR differing only in hard disk drive configurations. There’s also a pair of PS3 DECH-2500A and DECH-S2500A debugging stations, which, as pointed on by Engadget, is only required when there’s been a change in the chips on the motherboard.
June 15th folks. All aboard?