Sony debuts 80GB PS3 in South-Korea

Posted on Tuesday, May 22 2007 @ 12:11 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Sony will soon release a new PlayStation 3 in South Korea with a 80GB HDD. However, this console won't be launched in other parts of the world:
i<>News of the 80GB version emerged via a statement on the Sony Korea website, which said the 80GB version will launch there on June 16 priced at KWR 518,000 (EUR 412).

A spokesperson for Sony Computer Entertainment Europe confirmed that the information is correct, stating that the 80GB model will be the only one available in South Korea as there are no plans to launch the 20GB or 60GB versions there.

Nor are there any current proposals to make the larger hard drive-enabled model available here, according to the spokesperson, who told, "At this moment in time, there are no plans to introduce the 80GB version of PlayStation 3 in Europe."

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