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Article is confused on release dates:
Posted by jordanlund on 2008-12-31 01:50:58
In reply to Jeff Meisner
From the article:

"The PS3 first hit the market in November 2006, long after the Wii and the Xbox 360."

Uh, no, no it didn't. True, the Xbox 360 came out in November of 2005, giving it a one year jump on the PS3...

The Wii, on the other hand, launched on November 19th, 2006. That's two days AFTER the PS3 launched. (North American release dates).

Now if you're talking about Europe, you'd be correct. Sony delayed the launch of the console there until the following year. But that had more to do with properly supplying the Japanese and American launches more than any hardware constraint.




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Sony Can Make the PS3 for Less, but Does It Matter?  Jeff Meisner  2008-12-30 14:40:27
Article is confused on release dates:  jordanlund  2008-12-31 01:50:58
Finally someone speaking reasonably about Sony's press release story  todsa  2008-12-30 14:54:46
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