If you remember, there was a rumour on the internet speculating the cost of the PS3 would be between €499 and €599. That’s somewhere between $613 to $736 in American dollars. However Team Xbox has quoted the latest issue of PSM:

The latest issue of PSM has revealed new details about the PlayStation 3. While CNN’s Chris Morris claims that Sony won’t announce a price for the PS3 at E3 2006, PSM says the PlayStation 3 is expected to sell for about u$s399 in the U.S., €322 in Europe and ¥45,965 in Japan.

The magazine also claims that the console will come standard with a 60GB, non-removable hard drive.

If this is all true, that is a lot better, but we will have to wait for E3 for confirmation.

Link: New PlayStation 3 Details Emerge

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