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PlayStation 3
PlayStation 3 logo

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(Counter-clockwise from top) Original logo, new logo, original model, controller, newer slim model design.
Manufacturer Sony EMCS, Gradiente, Foxconn, Lanix, ASUSTeK for SCEI[1]
Product family PlayStation
Type Video game console
Generation Seventh generation era
Retail availability November 11, 2006
Units sold 24.6 million (as of August 5, 2009)[2] (see below)
Media Blu-ray Disc, DVD, CD (all models)
Super Audio CD (1st & 2nd generations only),
Digital distribution
Operating system XrossMediaBar
system software version 3.01[3]
CPU 3.2 GHz Cell Broadband Engine with 1 PPE & 7 SPEs
Storage capacity 2.5" SATA hard drive
(20 GB, 40 GB, 60 GB, 80 GB, 120 GB, 160 GB, or 250 GB included) (upgradeable)
Graphics 550 MHz NVIDIA/SCEI RSX 'Reality Synthesizer'
Controller input Sixaxis, DualShock 3
Online services PlayStation Network
PlayStation (all models)
PlayStation 2 (20 GB, 60 GB, and CECHExx 80 GB models)
Predecessor PlayStation 2

The PlayStation 3 (marketed as PLAYSTATION 3[4] until September 2009[5] and officially abbreviated as PS3) is the third home video game console produced by Sony Computer Entertainment, and the successor to the PlayStation 2 as part of the PlayStation series. The PlayStation 3 competes with Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Nintendo's Wii as part of the seventh generation of video game consoles.

A major feature that distinguishes the PlayStation 3 from its predecessors is its unified online gaming service, the PlayStation Network,[6] which contrasts with Sony's former policy of relying on video game developers for online play.[7] Other major features of the console include its robust multimedia capabilities,[8] connectivity with the PlayStation Portable,[9] and its use of a high-definition optical disc format, Blu-ray Disc, as its primary storage medium.[10] The PS3 was also the first Blu-ray 2.0-compliant Blu-ray player on the market.[11]

The PlayStation 3 was first released on November 11, 2006 in Japan,[12] November 17, 2006 in North America and South America,[13] and March 23, 2007 in Europe and Oceania.[14][15] Two SKUs were available at launch: a basic model with a 20 GB hard drive (HDD), and a premium model with a 60 GB hard drive and several additional features[16] (the 20 GB model was not released in Europe or Oceania).[17] Since then, several revisions have been made to the console's available models, most notably with the release of a new slim model in September 2009.[18][19


Top-of-the-line LCOS (Liquid Crystal On Silicon) Projector
Engineered with Canon's proprietary AISYS technology
Native SXGA+ resolution at 1400x1050 pixels
Ultra bright 3500 ANSI Lumens
Ultra compact
Versatile and easy-to-use
Suitable for business applications and home cinema use

The Innovative LCOS Technology
Liquid Crystal On Silicon (LCOS) unites the best of LCD and DLP technologies
Resulting in higher resolution images
Sharp display of small text and details
Lattice-free, flicker-free image
Smooth rendition of fine lines
Seamless photo reproduction

Advanced AYSIS Optical System
Featuring Canon's proprietary AISYS (Aspectual Illumination System) optical engine
Enhances the performance of LCOS, producing high sharpness, high brightness and high contrast images, while minimizing the weight, bulk and high costs normally associated with LCOS projectors

Superior Display Quality
Excellent SXGA+ resolution (1400x1050 pixels) projection
Projects huge, pin-sharp presentation
Ultra-bright 3500 lumens of brightness
Highly recommended for large venues or well-lit rooms
Stunning contrast ratio of 1000:1 achieves rich, deep colour tones and true blacks in dark areas

Powerful Wide-Angle Zoom Lens
Ultra-wide 1.7x wide-angle zoom lens
Projects a huge 100” image with a short throw distance as little as 3m
Digital zoom provides further zoom range of 1.5x to 12x
Very flexible projector placement
Convenient operation from control panel and remote control handset

True-to-life Colour Reproduction
Support a wide spectrum of colour space including Adobe RGB and sRGB
Accurate and superb reproduction of rich, natural colours
Vital for professional photographers and architects

Clear Text and Graph
The synergy of LCOS and AISYS allows details such as fine lines and text to be displayed with unsurpassed sharpness

Smoother Photos and Movies
Displays photos and movies with breathtaking smoothness and definition
Ideal for home theatre setup or projecting of corporate videos

Ready to Impress in No Time
Intelligent Auto Set-up function performing 4 set-up configurations at one touch of the button, in as little 4 seconds
Auto Focus – Infrared Sensor measures distance to screen and accurately adjust focus
Auto Input – Automatically detects and display signal from input terminals
Auto Keystone – Automatically corrects image distortion caused by projecting from an angle up to ±20 degrees
Auto Colour Screen – Automatically adjusts colour balance to compensate for varying screen colour

Advanced Connectivity
Connects virtually all electronic devices such as PC, laptop, DVD player, digital camera, digital camcorder and other devices
Connection via DVI (Digital Visual Interface) provides optimum digital image quality, including HD (High Definition) images
The XEED SX6 supports HDCP standard, allowing high quality playback of encrypted digital content

Ultra-Quiet Operation
Quiet mode's near-silent 31-decibel operation keeps audience attention firmly fixed to your presentation

Scan speed: 24 sec (A4 size at 300 dpi)
2400 x 4800 dpi CIS
Scanning Bit Depth at 48 bit (input) / (output)
Auto Scan Mode
Advanced Z-Lid to scan thick and bulky items

4 easy buttons for one-touch operation
Automatic dust & scratch reduction and fading / grain / backlight correction

USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
One USB cable for both data and power

Environmental Friendly
Low power consumption with 3-colour LED light source
Conforms to EU RoHS
Supports International Energy Star Program