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Thursday, 18 October 2007 11:14

Sony cuts the price of the PS3

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Down 17 percent in the U.S.

 

Sony will launch a less expensive PS33 in the United States in a bid to boost its flagging sales. The new version of the PS3 will come with a 40-gigabyte hard drive, cost US$400, and will go on sale on November 2nd.

The 40-gigabyte model has already been seen in Europe and Japan. The company also cut the price of its highest-capacity model by about 17
percent.

Meanwhile Sony will cut the price of its 80-gigabyte version from US$600 to $500.

More here.

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