Sony alters FCC documents

Sony today has had the FCC make private some of the info that was public since Sept 5th specifically in the tests on WLAN and BT.

The old docs disclosed a new model number for a controller...(though peripherals wouldn't require submission they must be changing the internals of the PS3 at the same time for some reason) as well as differences in some of the consoles electricity draws (amps?).

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pwnsause3611d ago

it means BlueTooth, you nub.

-_-_-_-_-_-_-3611d ago

it's not nub but n00b, you noob!

alan0013611d ago

just asking, u dont ave to be such a di..

pwnsause3611d ago


alan0013611d ago

ok, apology accepted and thanks for the answer.

BulletToothtony3611d ago

n4g making another love connection..

The Real Joker3611d ago

I love you Bullet Toothtony.

Jinxstar3611d ago

Not to sound like a noob but this means what exactly?

Vojkan3611d ago

Since i dont have PS3 it is hard for me to understand everything. Can someone put it in simple words what will be difference between 60GB/80GB vs 40GB, other than HDD?

-_-_-_-_-_-_-3611d ago (Edited 3611d ago )

I'm a n00b too, but I think I know the answer to your question :)

40GB PS3 is practically a new product (with wifi and BT) on the shelves, so it needs to be registered at FCC, regardless of the fact that 60GB and 80GB are already registered.

Am I right? Any experts out there?

As for the difference, no one knows right now. They say it will be without USB ports, but that's stupid.

ProjectX3611d ago

60GB n 80GB are same the machine, just HD size. 40GB said there will be less USB ports and it doesn't support backward compatability and maybe without card readers too. So, you can't play PS1 n PS2 games. Everything else in 40GB will be the same.

-_-_-_-_-_-_-3611d ago

but isn't the backwards compatibility already emulated, software based only, on current PAL machines? Those don't have the PS2's emotion engine.

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