Aussie PSPgo sells 1,000 units in week one

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 20 October 2009 15:36 GMT

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According to The Age, PSPgo managed to move only 1,000 units in Australia on its launch week.

Michael Ephraim, managing director of Sony Computer Entertainment Australia, told the publication that first week sales were “not under 1000 but it’s slightly over 1000” units.

“Clearly we haven’t done massive numbers but it’s not something that we’re concerned about … because there are still some issues that we need to work through,” added Ephraim.

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