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Orders for Xbox360 and Wii ramping up, how about PS3? - PCstats.com Orders for Xbox360 and Wii ramping up, how about PS3?
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ATi is first out with HDMI HDCP compatible videocards. Notebook manufacturers sees demand increase after CPU price cuts. Xbox 360 and Wii orders are ramping up.

While talk of an early launch of the Nintendo Wii game console circulates in the market, chip makers including, ATI and Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS), said orders for their chips used in game consoles, including the Wii and Xbox 360, are picking up.

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