This is hilarious, read on: Besides defending the PS3 controller copying from Nintendo, Phil Harrison, president of Sony Computer Entertainment’s Worldwide Studios, took time to evangelize the PS3 in a German interview. The PS3 will launch worldwide this November.
In particular he said the Linux-based operating system on the console’s hard drive will have enough processing power and non-gaming functionalities to render traditional PCs, most of which use a form of Microsoft’s Windows OS, moot in the home. “We believe that the PS3 will be the place where our users play games, watch films, browse the Web, and use other (home) computer functions,” said Harrison. “The PlayStation 3 is a computer. We do not need the PC.“