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    PlayStation Move PS3 Motion Controller Dissected with Images!

    Sony's PlayStation Move PS3 Motion Controller model CECH-ZCM1U specifications were first uncovered via FCC listing, and today Examiner.com has shared some pictures of it dissected for those who are curious!

    The images appear to have surfaced from Jamtex of AssemblerGames.com (linked above), and show Sony's PlayStation Move Motion Controller being opened revealing the chip set, the rumble pack and the internal battery.

    To quote from Examiner.com: "Sony is planning to launch their motion-based controller, PlayStation Move, in just over a month when it officially hits retail shelves during the start of September.

    With the release coming up so soon, it's expected that developers, publishers, and other industry folk will find the controller in their possession relatively soon, if not already."

    Those interested can check out a few of the Sony PlayStation Move PS3 Motion Controller dissection pictures below, with the rest available HERE.

    PlayStation Move PS3 Motion Controller Dissected with Images!

    PlayStation Move PS3 Motion Controller Dissected with Images!

    PlayStation Move PS3 Motion Controller Dissected with Images!

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    Hmm... compared to the Wiimote it looks very much alike :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by B4rtj4h View Post
    Hmm... compared to the Wiimote it looks very much alike :S
    And in the same way it's sold for 10 times the manufacturing and shipping costs

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    Big Grin

    whow! interesting... thanks for posting the pics!

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    Hm... Looks like it will be very light due to the internal battery pack. The AA batteries gave the WiiMote some weight.

 
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