Friday, June 29, 2007

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Sony's PlayStation 3 is in full production now that it has worked out the blue-violet laser diodes shortage. Read more at DailyTech. High production costs, pricey to purchase, few unique or blockbuster games and Wii are issues that Sony has not resolved. No shortage of PlayStation 3's on the store shelves. Commentary following the DailyTech article by Sony Fanboys and their nemeses is both entertaining and occasionally insightful.

Gartner forecasts worldwide PC shipments to climb 11.1% to a total of 257.1 million units in 2007. Read more at DigiTimes. Ramboids remain hopeful of scoring more than a few quarters a machine.

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