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PS4 passes through FCC certification

Sony's PlayStation 4 recently passed certification through the Federal Communications Commission, according to documents on the FCC's website.

The FCC regulates communications via radio, television and more; with its certification, the system is approved for U.S. sale. The documents reveal little about the console other than a few technical details, such as its size, weight and "maximum clock frequency" of 2.75GHz.

The PS4 dev kit was approved by the FCC about a week ago.

The PlayStation 4 is expected to launch this holiday for $399. Last week, Sony confirmed that the console will support PlayStation 3 wireless headsets.

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