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This certainly looks like the new PlayStation 3 model


6:37 PM on 07.13.2012
This certainly looks like the new PlayStation 3 model photo



As a follow-up to the FCC documents which suggested the arrival of a new PlayStation 3 model, Technoblog has stumbled across some juicy details from Anatel, the Brazilian Agency of Telecommunications.

The new model will reportedly stick with Bluetooth and 802.11b/g, though not much else was revealed about what exactly, if anything significant, has been changed internally. The real story here is that, according to Technoblog, this revised PS3 will come in 16GB, 250GB, and 500GB models.

Be sure to take a look at the site's pictures while you're at it. I'm not feeling the design of the top of the unit, but perhaps a higher-quality photograph will change my mind.

Novos modelos de PS3 com 16, 250 e 500 GB aparecem na Anatel [Technoblog]






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