Released in 2006 at AU$1000 the PlayStation 3 has since seen a number of changes to its price point and feature set. Sony has again slashed the recommended retail price for the PS3 in anticipation of shifting more units and possibly paving the way for the PlayStation 4.
An AT&T staff leak on XDA says that the carrier will be cutting the contract price of the HTC One X to $99 on July 29th. That’s half the price of it’s original listing. This might be due to the Galaxy S III‘s extraordinary sales, so HTC may just be trying to get it’s One X back into the spotlight.
Those tablet price wars edge ever closer, with HP first cutting US $50 off the price of its TouchPad in the US, with US retailer “Staples” stapling a whopping $100 TouchPad price cut – but only from August 5 to August 7. Should we expect similar price cuts in Australia?
Staples Canada looks like theyre first to price drop the Google Nexus 7 tablet. This coming Saturday (September 22nd) will see them offer up a 10% reduction of the 16GB version, currently priced at $259, but with the price cut itll fall to $233.10
Sony has today announced a price cut for the PlayStation Portable Go (PSPgo) hand held and completely online gaming device. This comes as the rumours firm for the platform moving to a PSP Phone format.
Nintendo has announced a $100 price drop for the 3DS. But don't be too angry if you paid full price for the device that has only been on the market only four months, Nintendo is offering some compensation.