PS5 and Xbox Series shortage to persist next year

Toshiba reports that because of chip production problems, PS5 and Xbox Series shortages will continue into 2022. Head of the semiconductor company Takeshi Kamebuchi speaks about possible interruptions to chip deliveries until at least September next year. The negative outlook is up to 2023.

It is possible that Sony and Microsoft will change the design of consoles, simplifying key components. This will allow fewer parts to be used and help in combating the scarce.

Word, Sony has already released the PS5 with a less sophisticated cooling system. The device basks stronger than the original model, but marginally.

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