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News Sony trademark PS Cloud name

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 31 Mar 2009.

  1. CardJoe

    CardJoe Freelance Journalist

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    Ironic being their console hardware is the least in need of offloading processing tasks!
     
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    QFT.

    Also, I hope that should this progress further than this, that they don't call it PS Online, because.. It sounds awful.
     
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    OR That the PSP can offload the rasterization to the PS3 ;-)
     
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    Sounds interesting........for the PSP2, maybe?
     
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    After all the problems and controversy with the PS3's pricing, especially in the "current economic environment"/"credit crunch"/"recession" (choose your preferred media term), utilising a system similar to that of OnLive would be a marvellous idea, and a complete turnaround.

    Look how successful the Wii is at it's price point, and how the Xbox 360 picked up once it dropped below £200. If Sony could release a console at a price point of around £50 (or free with a subscription) with the power of something worth a lot more remotely accessed in a rendering farm somewhere, I think they'd seriously be onto a winner. Not sure how many OnLive patents they'd have to licence to do so though!
     
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