Sony has officially dropped its PS3 pricing by $150, and hopefully we’ll see even cheaper street prices soon. As of next Monday, The 320GB model will be $450, but you’re probably better off getting the 160GB version that’ll drop to $350 (who’s ever really maxed out their PS3 hard disk?). Meanwhile, when do you think we’ll see the PS4? Place your bets here.
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I won’t lie, when AMD’s new 16-core monster CPU, the Ryzen Threadripper 2950X, arrived, I ran around the office showing off it and its accompanying air cooler to anyone who would make eye contact with me. The thing is enormous—easily twice as large as a standard desktop CPU from Intel. The air cooler, saddled with the goofy name Wraith Ripper and festooned with LED lighting, is larger than most power supplies, and if dropped, it could do damage to floors, feet, and small woodland creatures. Even people who know nothing about computers were suitably impressed by these enormous pieces of PC. Then they’d ask how much the Threadripper 2950X cost. And that’s where I’d lose them.
Telstra just announced that it has turned on 5G through selected regions of the Gold Coast, making it the first mobile network in the country to start rolling out 5G.