Found thanks to Gizmodo, that the CEO of Sony decided to let some details out of the bag on the Playstation 3. (thank goodness!)
In a demonstration of the swift collaborative response to consumer-driven marketplace changes that a revitalized Sony can deliver, the company soon will unveil a line of compact, portable video devices to fill the time gap before PlayStation 3 launches in Japan in March and in the U.S. a year from now.
In keeping with the PlayStation business model, PS3 will roll out at a loss for the first six months, then rapidly turn profits on game-license fees. PS3 will be bundled with a selection of preloaded films, TV programs and games and sell for between $300-$400.
Does this mean when you buy the PlayStation 3, you will get some bundled content already on a… hard drive? memory stick? As long as its not just on a Blu-ray disc, I will be happy.