PS3 Slim CECH-2000B 250GB Model Uncovered at FCC Site
Today we uncovered a second PS3 Slim model CECH-2000B (not to be confused with the already known CECH-2000A 120GB model) on the [Register or Login to view links] that Sony tried to hide under a company called Sand Dollar Enterprise, Inc. of 1518 Ascension Drive in San Mateo CA.
Now, Sand Dollar Enterprise, Inc is represented by SCEA's General Council, [Register or Login to view links].
This house is actually a private residence, but whomever lives here filed the documents with the FCC, most likely on the behalf of Sony, as they would be much harder to find with a different FCC ID (XCE) than that of Sony (AK8).
This means that some time in the future (for probably a premium, maybe $349 or so), a new PS3 Slim may come out featuring a 250GB HDD. There is not much of a difference, but expect it to be bundled with a game or so, right in time for Christmas!
Also, for the DEVs listening - two new PS3 TEST's were hidden in these documents, thats right, Slim Line DEBUG stations!
The models DECH-2000A, features a 150GB HDD, and should be adorned with the TEST markings, while the DECH-2000AS, will be used for trade shows, when, while being a DEBUG, will not feature any TEST markings.
More when we get it - but you heard it here, first!