According to Sony Computer Entertainment's Chris Deering, the PS3 has a very low failure rate of around o.2%, this falls in at well below the industry standard of three to five precent.
News Source: http://news.spong.com/article/13491?cb=325SPOnG was informed at the Edinburgh Interactive Festival yesterday that the PS3 has an amazingly low "default rate" at "around 0.2%", according to Sony Computer Entertainment Europe founder, Chris Deering.
If true, this is a hugely impressive statistic and is considerably less than the industry standard of three to five percent.
The news is particularly of note in the context of Microsoft’s recent troubles with faulty, overheating ‘red ring of death’ Xbox 360s, with the default rates of initial batches of 360s clearly way over that industry standard, with some console repair companies suggesting that almost a third were broken.
Última edição por Kerplunk : 15-08-2007 às 11:25
Segundo a reportagem na hora eles tentaram ligar e não funcionou.. alguns dias depois: *SURPRESA*, "still works"
Cheguei usar essa reportagem no curso de inglês que eu fazia na época, heuehu...