Sony And Jill Stuart Team For Pink PSP Sweet Limited Package

Posted: Feb 4 2010, 11:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:16pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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Sony Computer Entertainment Japan has announced that it will be introducing a limited edition PSP kit with clothing designed Jill Stuart called the Jill Stuart Sweet Limited Package. The kit is pink and comes with a few other accessories that are clearly aimed at the ladies.

The limited edition pack will retail for 21,000 yen and includes a blossom pink PSP-3000, a special pouch, and a cleaning cloth designed by Jill Stuart. The kit will also include a 4GB Memory Stick Pro Duo memory card for storing content on the PSP.

Sony will be offering limited edition kits with a PSP-3000, case, and cleaning cloth in the same pink as the kit above as well as black and blue colors along with the 4GB of storage for 19,800 yen. The Sweet Limited Package will be available on March 4.

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