Yesterday, we reported on a PS3 developer's inquiry
about the lack
of completed systems. Now, according to UK based The Inquirer, the PS3 machines featured at CES last week were empty. In
response to the optimistic stance that Sony can still deliver a completed system by this year's E3, the article
contends: "Sources have told us that this rosy scenario is at odds with the work going on right now, expect
debugging to go on for quite a while yet. Add minimum 4 months to the end date, and you have a possible release time.
The long and short of it is, don't expect a PS3 before E3, and even that is a very long stretch."
Granted, this is still all speculation and nothing will be final until Sony announces an official release date. But
if true, let's hope the creator of the Playstation can work a miracle and deliver the next-gen console on time.
[Thanks, Lost Alley; via PS3 Today