Toxic chemicals found in game consoles

Greenpeace says the world's most popular electronic game consoles contain high levels of toxic chemicals, though they do not pose an immediate danger to gamers. A report by the environmental watchdog group says Nintendo's Wii, the Sony Playstation 3 and Microsoft's Xbox 360 use varying degrees of bromine, PVCs and other potentially harmful chemicals, including phthalates, which can affect human hormones.