Yuji Fujimori, an analyst with Goldman Sachs, is predicting that a PS3 price cut is on the way. His reasoning? Components, of course. The original Playstation began with 700 components and ended up with 200. The PS2 started with 2,000 parts and finished with 600. The PS3 prototype had 4,000 components but could be reduced to 2,000 sometime in the future. This, along with the 65nm processor being manufactured, can lead to lower production costs by $100 per unit.