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Basic Information
Brand:Sony
Device Type:Game System
Model/Series:PlayStation 3 Slim
Model Year:2009
Information:http://www.playstation.com/
Configurations:Search the file area
Dimensions:
11.42" wide 2.56" high 11.42" deep
29.00 cm 6.50 cm 29.00 cm
Notes:
Changes over prior models:
The PS3 Slim is 33% smaller, 36% lighter and uses as little as half as much power as the original model. The two touch sensitive buttons have been replaced with physical switches. All PS2 title support has been dropped, and the unit is no longer able to run multiple operating systems.

Its HDMI 1.3 support is improved to allow for bitstreaming of HD audio codecs, as well as some level of CEC control. Fan noise and heat reduction is generally less than previous models, although the optical drive is louder for loading, ejecting and seeking.

Infrared control:
No infrared capabilities are included on the PS3, but various third-party adapters are currently available on the market:

Bluetooth Based

USB Based
Control Capabilities
Input Options
Infrared:No
IR Input Jack:No
Radio Frequency:No
RS-232 (Serial):No
Network IP:No
Bluetooth:Yes
USB:Yes
DC Trigger:No
Output Ports
IR Output Jack:No
RS-232 Output:No
DC Trigger:No
Third-Party
HDMI CEC:Yes
Operation & Behavior
Discrete Codes
Power:No
Inputs:N/A
Sound Modes:N/A
Picture Modes:N/A
Screen Modes:N/A
Delays/Timings
Power On:Unknown
Switch Inputs:Unknown
Inter-command:Unknown
Important Codes & Commands
No codes have been added for this model.
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This page contains information on how the Sony PlayStation 3 Slim can be controlled, along with useful tips, tricks and commands to make integrating this device into a universal remote control or other control system faster and more reliable.


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This entry was last updated on Tuesday September 1, 2009 at 07:24 by Daniel Tonks.
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