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The {{nihongo|'''PlayStation'''|プレイステーション|Pureisutēshon}}, officially abbreviated as '''PS''' , at the time referred to as '''PSX''' (not to be confused with the [[PSX (video game console)|PSX]] console) and also more commonly known as '''PS1''' is a [[32-bit]] [[video game console]] first released by [[Sony Computer Entertainment]] in Japan on December 3, {{vgy|1994}},<ref name="developmentJP">{{cite web |url=http://www.scei.co.jp/corporate/data/bizdatajpn_e.html |title=Business Development/Japan |accessdate=2007-12-19 |publisher=Sony Computer Entertainment Inc}}</ref> with Western releases in September 1995. The PlayStation was the first of the [[PlayStation]] series of consoles and handheld game devices. As part of the [[history of video game consoles (fifth generation)|fifth-generation of gaming]], it primarily competed with the [[Nintendo 64]] and the [[Sega Saturn]]. In 2000, a re-designed, "slim" version was released, called the '''[[PlayStation models#PSone|PSone]]''', replacing the original grey console, and also being renamed to avoid confusion with its successor, the [[PlayStation 2]].
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The {{nihongo|'''PlayStation'''|プレイステーション|Pureisutēshon}}, officially abbreviated as '''PS''' , at the time referred to as '''PSX''' (not to be confused with the [[PSX (video game console)|PSX]] console) and also more commonly known as '''PS1''' is a [[32-bit]] [[video game console]] first released by [[Sony Computer Entertainment]] in Japan on December 3, {{vgy|1994}},<ref name="developmentJP">{{cite web |url=http://www.scei.co.jp/corporate/data/bizdatajpn_e.html |title=Business Development/Japan |accessdate=2007-12-19 |publisher=Sony Computer Entertainment Inc}}</ref> with Western releases in September 1995. The PlayStation was the first of the [[PlayStation]] series of consoles and handheld game devices. As part of the [[history of video game consoles (fifth generation)|fifth-generation of gaming]], it primarily competed with the [[Nintendo 64]] and the [[Sega Saturn]]. In 2000, a re-designed "slim" version called the '''[[PlayStation models#PSone|PSone]]''' was released, replacing the original grey console and named appropriately to avoid confusion with its successor, the [[PlayStation 2]].
   
 
The PlayStation was the first "computer entertainment platform" to ship 100 million units, which it had reached 9 years and 6 months after its initial launch.<ref>{{cite press release |url=http://www.scei.co.jp/corporate/release/pdf/051130e.pdf|title=PlayStation 2 Breaks Record as the Fastest Computer Entertainment Platform to Reach Cumulative Shipment of 100 Million Units |date=2005-11-30 |publisher=[[Sony Computer Entertainment]] |accessdate=2008-06-08|format=PDF}}</ref> The last PSone units were sold on Christmas 2004 before it was finally discontinued, for a total of 102 million units shipped since its launch 10 years earlier. Games continued to sell until Sony ceased production of PlayStation games on March 23, 2006; over 11 years after it was released,<ref name="stops">{{cite web |title=Sony stops making original PS |publisher=[[GameSpot]] |last=Sinclair |first=Brendan |url=http://www.gamespot.com/news/6146549.html |date=2006-03-24 |accessdate=2009-08-20}}</ref> and just over half a year before the release of the [[PlayStation 3]].
 
The PlayStation was the first "computer entertainment platform" to ship 100 million units, which it had reached 9 years and 6 months after its initial launch.<ref>{{cite press release |url=http://www.scei.co.jp/corporate/release/pdf/051130e.pdf|title=PlayStation 2 Breaks Record as the Fastest Computer Entertainment Platform to Reach Cumulative Shipment of 100 Million Units |date=2005-11-30 |publisher=[[Sony Computer Entertainment]] |accessdate=2008-06-08|format=PDF}}</ref> The last PSone units were sold on Christmas 2004 before it was finally discontinued, for a total of 102 million units shipped since its launch 10 years earlier. Games continued to sell until Sony ceased production of PlayStation games on March 23, 2006; over 11 years after it was released,<ref name="stops">{{cite web |title=Sony stops making original PS |publisher=[[GameSpot]] |last=Sinclair |first=Brendan |url=http://www.gamespot.com/news/6146549.html |date=2006-03-24 |accessdate=2009-08-20}}</ref> and just over half a year before the release of the [[PlayStation 3]].
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