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Sony Europe boss Chris Deering , mentioned again that Sony's PSP handheld "will be launched across the world in the final quarter of 2004." So we have to wait untill later this year before we can buy it. But Deering also talks price, suggesting that the PSP would launch at "closer to 200UKP [369USD] than 300UKP [554USD]" in England. The prices uualy are the lowest in USA ad Japan with a few exeptions. Meanwhile, a Gamesindustry article takes note of "information from Japanese retail sources earlier this week, who told us that a price point around 50,000 Yen [448USD], was being bandied about in Tokyo." Recent exchange-rate changes complicate U.S. launch pricing estimates, though - the PSP will likely launch at less than those raw dollar conversion rates Stateside, but is not intended to be a hardware loss-leader for Sony, with Deering suggesting. Unlike MIcrosoft with its XBox console Sony is not likely to loose money on every unit sold. Marketing it as MORE than just a game devise could help this - after all we get MP3 and DivX suppot with this new device as well:

"The feeling is that this product should generate profit on hardware alone. We want to make it affordable for publishers to produce a wide range of entertainment and so [Sony-payable] royalties [on software produced for the PSP] will be lower down in the mix this time round."

So, what will I buy (price wise)? Let's take a look:

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  • $50 to $100 - I'll look a little harder, but still great
  • $100 to $150 - OK, this will take some considering
  • $150 to $200 - It better be one hell of a product
  • $200 to $250 - And it should include 2 games
  • $250 to $350 - And a free Gameboy bundeled with it
  • $350 to $500 - And a PS1
  • $500 to... - And a girlfirend

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$250-$300 is definitely quite expensive for a handheld console. Nokia found that out the hard way by offering a sub-par handheld at an unusually high price. Sony is the one entering a market literally dominated by Nintendo. As the newcomer, it would be arrogant to somehow "expect" that people will flock to it no matter what the price.

And kids are an important factor, no matter what the market strategists say. I can correlate taht - I've seen far more pre-teens and younger playing with Game Boy Advances than people my age and I have a feeling that parents would not be keen on handing a $300 device over to a little kid. Though I might be closed-minded in saying so, it also seems like aiming for the "young adult" crowd is asking for trouble. I have a hard time grasping the notion that the stereotypical games such player enjoy - like survival horror or bloody FPS combat - would translate to a tiny screen very well.

And like you said, longevity is another questionable factor. I've had to replace my GBA once due to a non-functioning shoulder button and while I cringed at paying Nintendo $100 for a glitch in the design (thus rewarding them), it didn't kill me. But a lost $300 PSP?

All I can say is that I hope, at that price, the PSP doesn't take off and usher in a new era of really expensive portables. The leading home consoles can be had for half that price, and I suspect that the next generation of consoles will probably have $300 as a starting point. That said, with its then-ancient PS2 technology, Sony is being quite ambitious and greedy.

Much like Nintendo's arrogant reluctance to accept that Sony is a legitimate threat to the console market, so too is Sony's arrogance that it will single-handedly conquer the market without trouble. Playstation or not behind them, history has shown that Nintendo is a very difficult opponent in the portable market - moreso than in the home console market - and it would be a mistake for Sony to underestimate that.

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