Sony PSP In Stores In Japan

Posted: Dec 12 2004, 3:55am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:16pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
Sony PSP in Stores in Japan
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More Photos on Yahoo Photos (AFP) Last night Japanese game fans camped out infront of Tokyo electronics stores to get their hands on a Sony PSP.
The lucky Japanese Consumers get the Sony PSP for $189. Reuters reports that 200,000 PSPs are in stores right now.

Japanese Game Gear exporter Lik-Sang published yesterday estimated prices of $450-$600 for the PSP that foreign game fan might have to pay to get a japanese release PSP.
Business savvy Japanese guys offer their Sony PSP they got for standing in line all night on eBay. Current auctions are already reaching $780!! for a fresh from a Tokyo store PSP.

More details in Reuters story on Yahoo.




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