Play Station 3 Hardware

Play Station 3 Hardware

PlayStation 3 hardware comprises both the internal systems of the console itself and a number of peripherals such as the DualShock 3 controller.

Unless otherwise noted, the following specifications are based on a press release by Sony at the E3 2005 conference, and slides from a Sony presentation at the 2006 Game Developer's Conference.

Read more about Play Station 3 Hardware:  Central Processing Unit, Graphics Processing Unit, Configurations, Connectivity, Form and Power Consumption, Universal Power Supply, Official Accessories, Backward Compatibility

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