“New versions of both the 160Gb and 250Gb models of the hardware will be shipped, labelled as DESR-5500 and DESR-7500 respectively, and will be functionally identical aside from the drive sizes and the lack of satellite tuner and ghost reduction systems in the low-end model.
The changes to the hardware in this upgrade are minimal, with the main additions being a pass-through for antenna signals – which was considered to be a glaring omission of the original systems – and an updated DVD burner which will support DVD+R media.”
This sort of caught us by surprise since we recently posted that PSX sales have been worse than expected. Its noce to see that Sony is not giving up yet.
Read the full story at Gamesindustry.biz
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