Pachter: PS3 outsold Xbox 360 in March in the US

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 14 April 2008 17:01 GMT

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Wedbush Morgan’s Michael Pachter has just issued a research note that predicts PS3 outsold Xbox 360 in the US last month.

The analyst said that he expects PS3 to have sold 365,000 units to Xbox 360’s 310,000.

He said that PS2 is expected to have sold 320,000 machines, and that PSP moved 300,000 consoles.

Wii and DS, Pachter said, will have sold around 700,000 units a piece.

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