In a recent interview with awesome videogame news site Gamespot, Sony president Phil Harrison said he wished people wouldn't compare the Wii and the PlayStation 3.
"It's not really fair to compare two products that serve different markets and are at different price points," Harrison said. "I don't know what the analogy is. If I make an analogy I'll probably make an unreasonable analogy, so I won't bother."
Harrison also dropped some hints on the direction Sony plans to head in the future:
"I think if you look back at the history of our platforms, they will all follow very similar trends where your initial audience is very different to the audience you have buying into the console seven, eight, or nine years later. So, we try to make software which is slightly ahead of that trend."
Sadly, he remained tight-lipped on whatever new games or products Sony will announce at their keynote. You'll have to wait until tomorrow morning at 2:30...or check out TheFeed when you wake up.
Gamespot.com: TGS '07 Q&A: Sony's Phil Harrison