When asked about the launch plans for the PSP Go!, Ephraim responded:
“Because of the fluctuation in the exchange rate, we’ve decided to hold off on our announcement until closer to launch date. We will probably make that announcement [soon]so we can start working with retailers and preorders and those things. You are definitely going to see a premium price on the PSP Go! as it was announced in Europe and the US.”
But exactly how much of a premium is still unknown. David floated a $400 price point, and Ephraim hit back with the “we want to bring it in as cheap as we can, that’s always our objective” response.
In any case, expect to be paying more than $300, which is the current price for the PSP-3000. Ouch.