Japan Only Gets 80,000 Sony PS3 Consoles

Posted: Oct 31 2006, 1:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:15am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
Japan only gets 80,000 Sony PS3 Consoles
/* Story Top Left 2010 300x250, created 7/15/10 */ google_ad_slot = "8340327155";

Don't Miss: This How to find Fingerlings in Stock

Japanese newspaper reports that Sony has to reduce the number of Sony PS3 consoles the company ships in Japan from 100,000 to 80,000 units.

Apparently the new reduction is due to parts availability. It is possibly the same shortage that already caused the cancellation of the Sony PS3 in Europe.

There is no official statement from Sony yet about the adjusted number of available Sony PS3 consoles in Japan. Also not known yet is if there will be an adjustment in availability in the US. For Japanese PS3 fans it is a good thing that Lik-Sang and Play-Asia do not export Sony PS3 consoles. It will be tough enough for them to score a Sony Playstation 3. The Sony PS3 launches on November 11th in Japan.
More details on Nikkei (Japanese). Via IGN and Joystiq.
More PS3 News.

Holiday Gift Guides and Deals

Get your Holiday gifting inspired by Best Toy Gifts with High STEM Value and the Top 10 toy gifts under $10 if you are on budget. The most popular Holiday 2017 toy list include Fingerlings, Crate Creatures and more. Don't miss the new Holiday deals on Amazon Devices, including $29.99 Fire tablet.

This story may contain affiliate links.

This free App Solves You Holiday Shopping Problem


Download the free Tracker app now to get in-stock alerts on Fingerling, Luvabella, SNES Classic and more.

Latest News

Comments

The Author

<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi Lugmayr () is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
Luigi can be contacted directly at ml@i4u.com.

 

 

Advertisement

comments powered by Disqus