@ CES: DoubleFusion


imageNews that pre-holiday sales of Sony’s PS3 console slipped year-over-year (in contrast to marked growth for the Nintendo Wii and Microsoft’s Xbox 360) led some analysts to conclude that the PS3 is all but defeated in the next-gen console wars. Well, some big brand advertisers don


Dan Taylor

Hmm…in a rapidly changing and developing industry, does it really make sense to forecast a 7-10 year product? How many of us are still rocking a piece of technology we picked up in 2001 at the earliest and 1998 at the latest? Sorry SOE, but I'm not buying that line.


Too bad Sony can't get rid of the blu-ray player (or make it optional) and sell the PS3 for $200. That's what Sony should have done in the first place instead of trying to shove "their" technology down the consumers throats (at the consumers expense).

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