16 core Cell AND a 22nm shrink? Nope.
2GHz NVIDIA graphics? The fastest the current gen has been clocked at was 1842 MHz under extreme LN2 (liquid nitrogen) cooling which can only be used for short test runs, with the stock clock sitting around the 1GHz mark. Extreme power usage and odd memory numbers don't add up either. Kepler based GPUs probably can't even address 10GB of VRAM.
The sheer amount of memory would make this unit prohibitively expensive too. I'm guessing the final unit will have 2-4GB RAM tops (depending on RAM prices as XDR2 is surely much more expensive than other RAM) and (ideally) 2GB VRAM considering the resolution, which would probably be GDDR5, although I could imagine 1GB being utilized to cut costs.
Also, reintroducing PS2 backwards compatibility? Surely not.
They wouldn't refer to a Blu-Ray disc as a 'HD Blu Ray Disc' either given that it's data storage.
HDMI specs only support a maximum of 8 channels of audio, not the 11 as stated.
It's not even an elaborate hoax. It's a crappy one.
EDIT: Hey everyone
It's been a long time... How have you been?