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Sony could cut PS3 price by $100

Posted on Monday, May 07 2007 @ 14:17:02 CEST by


According to Taiwanese manufacturers, Sony could cut the production cost of the PlayStation 3 console by $100 because of price drops of blue-laser pick-up heads (PUHs).
Sony Shiroishi Semiconductor, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony, on April 23 announced an expansion of its monthly production capacity of blue-violet laser diodes, a key component of HD-DVD and Blu-ray Disc (BD) PUHs, to 1.7 million diodes as well as the beginning of volume production of 240mW (milliwatts) blue-violet laser diodes in November of 2007. This will greatly increase the supply of blue-laser PUHs at lower prices, the sources indicated, noting the reduction of costs could reach US$100.




 



 

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