A great deal of noise has been made regarding Sony's lack of using HDMI for the SDK systems being shown at GDC. With each station being equipped with two HDMI-capable Sony displays, a single PS3 SDK, and one or two PC's hidden under the cabinet, it certainly was rather odd to see any connection other than HDMI being used. However, there was a station using a newer SDK which did use HDMI for connectivity to the display as seen in the images below. The other newer SDK used either the standard A/V output found on PS2 with the larger and older SDK using S-Video out from the NVIDIA graphics card.
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