Sony forced to replace defective PS3s

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So you think your PS3 is bullet proof, well that may be true unless you live in Taiwan where consumers went to the Consumer Protection Commission to get Sony to replace all console with serious defects. 

After the intervention of the Cabinet’s Consumer Protection Commission, Sony Computer Entertainment Asia has agreed to replace PlayStation 3 game consoles if they have “serious defects,” according to the Central News Agency. The commission was cited by CNA as saying that some of the PS3 game consoles launched in Taiwan had defects such as a tendency to overheat or jammed memory cards.

So how much is this going to cost Sony now? Well according to the latest reports 2 console have been replaced… Yeah just 2… I’m sure Sony are panicking now 🙂

Sony agrees to replace defective PS3s – The China Post

Last Updated: August 27, 2007

Gavin Mannion

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