Looking for a hot commodity? See if you have an old Sony (SNE - Get Report) PlayStation 1 gaming console. If you do -- and especially if it's the exact right model -- there's a large group of audiophiles who might be willing to pay up to $60 to buy it. That's assuming you don't want to keep it for yourself.The original Sony PlayStation 32-bit gaming console, introduced in time for Christmas 1994, used CDs. Remember? Music and computer CDs were a hot commodity back then. For the record (pun intended), Sony was one of the originators of the CD, along with Phillips (PHG - Get Report).
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