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  • Left: An original "fat" PlayStation 3 (PS3) console. This is a North American 60 GB model with hardware PlayStation 2 backwards compatibility, memory card readers and a chrome trim.
  • Right: A 120 GB PS3 "Slim" model shown with a DualShock 3 controller.
Date 2010-11-13 22:52 (UTC)
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