Sony defends PlayStation 3 models

Sony has defended its decision to offer two versions of its forthcoming PlayStation 3 (PS3) games console. Senior Sony executive Phil Harrison said the models were aimed at different types of consumers.

The games giant has been criticised for offering a lower end model without several significant features. The console is due to go on sale in November, with prices starting at $499 in the US and 499 euros (£341) in Europe.

Sony announced the launch date and price for the PS3 at a big news presentation at its studios in Culver City in Los Angeles.

At the time it only talked about the difference in the size of the hard drives. The basic model has a 20GB drive, while the model costing $599/599 euros comes with a 60GB one.

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