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Tuesday, 26 October 2010 10:00

PSP go price drops to $199

Written by Fudzilla staff


Ready for the holiday rush
As expected, Sony has dropped the price of its PSP go mobile gaming console from $249 to $199.

The move comes just in time for the holiday shopping spree and it should make the PSP a tad more competitive.

However, in addition to Nintendo's DS, the slim PSP go is also facing some in-house competition in the form of the PSP-3000, which sells for $169.

It's unclear whether Sony will adjust PSP-3000 pricing anytime soon. However, it seems unlikely either PSP can take on Nintendo's highly successful DS.

Fudzilla staff

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+3 #1 Tom Kamkari 2010-10-26 10:06
Nice price drop I guess but as mentioned it has a long way to go to compete at DS's level.
 
 
+1 #2 thomasg 2010-10-26 18:55
Isn't it less expensive to manufacture? I'm pretty sure I remember hearing that. So why, even after the price drop, is it still $30 more than the PSP with the MD-drive?
 

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