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    Cool news, but keep in mind, that's not the actual unit (though it might be similar).

    Quote Originally Posted by gamespot
    Some sites even went so far as to predict the machine's design will be similar to the Sony DVP-F41MS DVD player (pictured)...

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    i hope it looks something like that, or at least something around that same size...

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    I wish it was around the size of the PSone, but thats impossible if you include the network adapter and hard drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bloke
    Cool news, but keep in mind, that's not the actual unit (though it might be similar).
    i was just going to say, doesn't that look like a DVD player? :smash:
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    Here are pics of the real thing (it's the small one):

    New PS2 next to the original

    Close-up view

    PSTwo - Official - Full details

    The network port has been built in which, on the downside, means that thereíll be no room for any additional HDD. Somewhat shamefully, there are also still only two controller ports. Although Sony has made the old multitap device obsolete in the redesign, it hasnít made any compensation for that: in fact, an additional purchase of a multitap Mk II will be required to indulge in 4 player frolics on the PSTwo.

    Another notable alteration is that the PSTwo uses a top-loading disc mechanism rather than a sliding tray.
    PStwo Official: First Details and Images!

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    wow! that thing is thin! technology these days.......
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    how much dough?
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