It's been a couple of years in the making, but the Sony PS3 Slim is here at last. Sony's chubbly console has long needed a crash diet, and the broccoli binge has finally paid off. The PS3 Slim is smaller and cheaper, but is that enough for fence squatters to slap down for? Read our PS3 Slim review to find out.
If you're reading this, you probably already know what the original PS3 is capable of: playing a whole bunch of games, surfing online and churning out up to full HD video like Scouting For Girls do MOR singles. And admittedly, the PS3 Slim barely improves on these features: performance is the same to the naked eye, even if power consumption's been slashed. Astounding performance, yes, but not new. There's even been a few things dropped for the PS3 Slim too, like the option to install Linux for code geeks.