The PSX home entertainment system is no more. Sony Japan has put an end to the manufacture of its game console/digital A/V center hybrid, and gave no indication of plans to pick up production at a later date. Despite a compelling set of features, sales of the system in Asia were disappointing, and the product was never launched worldwide.
This may be the end of the line for PSX, but it is expected that Playstation 3 will take on many of its features. However, the USD $570 price tag of the PSX might lead some to wonder exactly how much the PS3 will cost.
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