The E3 news parade continues. We've just come across rumors from PlayStation Lifestyle that Sony is getting ready to reveal a new hardware redesign at E3. Details are lacking right now, but a lot of the current buzz suggests that this 'redesign' could be a slimmed down version of the PS3. According to PlayStation Lifestyle,
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"When we caught wind of this, the exact word “redesign” was used, which leaves me to believe that it is indeed a PS3 slim. Announcing a different color wouldn’t exactly warrant the term “redesign”."
Other possibilities are that Sony is just releasing a white or silver edition of the PS3 to go along with the white and silver Dualshock 3 controllers. Personally I agree with PSL; a different-colored PlayStation 3 would not merit the term 'redesign'.
A new, slimmer PlayStation 3 would be a very nice thing to see. Sony has created an exceptional system, but it's too large and too expensive compared to the other consoles on the market. A slimmed-down PS3 would allow Sony to cut costs a bit, as well as make their product a lot less of a hassle to transport and store.
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This E3 is looking to be a big one for Sony. It's already been all-but-confirmed that the PS3 motion controller will be unveiled at E3, and we know that the PSP Go! will debut then as well. If Sony throws a re-worked PS3 into the mix this will be a very interesting E3 indeed.