200801028_1.jpgSony’s certainly busy these days. There’s a rumor that the Japanese multimedia giant could be working on a new PS3 model with a larger hard drive capacity. And that’s just for starters. The rumor mill suggests that Sony intends to maintain its two-unit strategy for the PS3 and will sell the console with additional storage that could reach either 120GB or 160GB depending on final details. This future system is also said to come bundled with the previously Japanese Domestic Market-only Dual Shock 3 controller that adds rumble back to Sony’s controllers while keeping the motion sensitivity of the SIXAXIS already offered with international PS3s.