October NPD hardware – Wii holds first as PS3 moves down to 320k

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 12 November 2009 23:35 GMT


NPD just released its October hardware figures, showing Wii in the lead in the US last month with just over 500,000 units moved.

PS3 dropped back to 320,000 consoles sold after its Slim boost to 490,000 in September.

Xbox 360 managed 250,000 machines through the tills. Last month’s data here. Here’s the lot for October:

  • PS2 – 117.8K
  • PS3 – 320.6K
  • PSP – 174.6K
  • Xbox 360 – 249.7K
  • Wii – 506.9K
  • DS – 457.6K

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