As you already might have seen in the news section, Kazunori talked in one recent interview about both PS3's and PS4's strenghts and weaknesses and it's not the first time he hints to the fact, that PS3's Cell IS actually stronger than the CPU in the most powerful console PS4, which will be about 6-7 years more advanced in technology in general. Here is what Kaz said in the aforementioned interview: "The PlayStation 4′s large memory size is a unique trait, but in terms of CPU performance, the PS3′s Cell chip, while difficult to handle, is really capable. They both have different advantages." Also, I read on neogaf that the Cell's real world peak performance is about 180 GFLOPS, while PS4's CPU is at 100. So my questions are: 1. Is that about right? 2. And if so, how can it be that a console launching 7! years later with focus on being somewhat high-end has a CPU that is almost half of the power of the CPU from the previous generation of consoles? Can someone elaborate on this with a certain confidence?