To date, Sony has released two different PlayStation 3 (PS3) consoles: The bulky original 2000-series PS3 and the current 3000-series slim edition. However, a recent Federal Communications Commission (FCC) filing in the US has
revealed a 4000-series PS3, which might be an ultra-slim model according to the UK-based game review portal Eurogamer. This new version is likely to be announced next month at the Gamescom tradeshow in Germany, too.
Besides documenting the upcoming PS3’s Bluetooth 2.0 and 802.11g Wi-Fi connectivity, the filing did not include any further information on the console. Still, we find it strange that the company is not adopting the latest 802.11n Wi-Fi standard, which is widely used by most new electronic devices in the market.
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