Sony PS3 Video Report From CES 2006 - Sony Displayed The PS3 Controller

Posted: Jan 10 2006, 10:53am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:01pm CDT, in News | CES

Sony PS3 Video Report from CES 2006 - Sony Displayed the PS3 Controller
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We have a video report of Nikki Cash from the Sony Booth at CES 2006 where she reports about the PS3.

There is no new information of course, but the video shows that the Sony PS3 Controller was on display. Gizmodo reported that it was not there when they visited the booth and came up with the theory that Sony might redesign the controller.
It could be that Sony, after learning about the pretty quick spreading news to display the controller. The Sony PS3 controller is getting not too much love yet, because of its design. There was a sign in the glass cube saying that these are conceptual designs, so things can still change.

Anyway this is a nice short video report to see what people what people wanted from Sony. The Sony PS3 not coming in the United States before the Holidays. There is a chance that the Sony PS3 will launch in Japan earlier.

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