PS3 Bundled With Composite
HDMI port, Blu-Ray drive, Cell processor -- the PS3 will ship with everything needed for high definition playback. Everything except for high definition cables, that is.
The latest issue of Famitsu contains a first report on the cables that will be included with the Japanese version of the PS3. Purchasers of either the 60 Gig or 20 Gig models will get a power cord, USB cable, ethernet cable and standard composite AV cable.
That's right! No component, HDMI or D cables are included in the box! While Sony hasn't announced the wiring that will be bundled with the US version of the system, in Japan at least, those who want high definition cables will have to make a separate purchase.
On the plus side, the PS3's AV Multi Out interface accepts the same cables that you used with your PS2, so if you already have S-Video, D or Component cables, you should be able to reuse them.
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What a strange thing not to do. Why go to all the trouble of setting it up with HD yet not bundle in the wires?
Also from IGN.com:
Here's a look at what the products Japanese Wii owners will be able to use with their new system. All prices are tax inclusive. Unless noted, all products are due for release on 12/2, simultaneous with the Wii.
Wii AC Adapter
Nintendo includes one of these with each Wii, but you can purchase another for 3,000 yen.
Wii AV Cable
Likewise, each Wii ships with one of these bundled in, but you can purchase another for the low price of 1,000 yen.
2,500 yen will get you the improved picture of S-video.
Japan prefers the D-Cable to component, but they both deliver basically the same picture quality and allow for progressive output. Pricing is set at 2,500 yen.
Wii Component Cable
Nintendo is also making a component cable available for the system, also at 2,500 yen.
SD Memory Card 512MB
This 512MB memory card is functionally equivalent to a standard SD memory card, but has the Nintendo and Wii logos. Pricing is set at 3,800 yen.
Wii LAN Adapter
The Wii has WiFi built in, but those who prefer a wired connection will want to pick up this USB LAN adapter. It's set for release some time in December at a price of 2,800 yen.
Nintendo Japan also announced today Japanese pricing details for the Wii-mote. While the Japanese Wii, like the American one, will include one Wii Remote (RVL-A-CW) and a Nunchuk (RVL-A-FW), the devices will also be available separately for, respectively, 3,800 yen and 1,800 yen. The Classic Controller (RVL-A-RW) will sell for 1,800 yen. All three will be available on 12/2.
The price and release dates listed here are all for Japanese Wii products. Stay tuned for details on the system's US accessories.
You can also check out the first Wii promo spot here
If you want to see all the pics for the acessories check these links:
SD Memory Card
Oh and here is a Japanese poster for the Wii.