Posted by Tim on June 30, 2009

Rumor: PS3 Slim Manufacturing Contracts Given Out

ps3_slim_boxJust in case you were thinking “I haven’t heard any PS3 Slim rumors lately,” we got the newest dish right here for you. According to reports by Joystiq Japan and Chinese Engadget, Sony has awarded two Taiwanese manufacturing companies contracts to construct the aforementioned PS3 Slim. While at first, this information may not appear to substantiate the rumor, further information reveals that the two firms awarded the contracts, Foxconn and Pegatron, manufactured the original PS3.

The article further states that early July is the expected shipping date for the units, which would comply with other rumors, as well as the summer being Japan’s biggest game sales period. Don’t expect Sony to confirm anything just yet, but the evidence continues to pile on that the PS3 Slim really exists and is all but ready to hit shelves this year.

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One Response to “Rumor: PS3 Slim Manufacturing Contracts Given Out”

  1. Mike says:

    Very very very interesting.. Do we have another PSP Go on our hands?

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