PSP price drops to €129.99


8 Apr 2011

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Sony has dropped the price of the PSP to €129.99 from today and will give access to cloud music service Music Unlimited from 14 April.

The price drop comes a few months after the announcement of the PSP’s successor, codenamed the NGP, and a week after the launch of the PlayStation Certified Phone, the Xperia Play.

Along with its own physical library of games, the PSP can access the PlayStation Network and play PS minis, PS one classics and other media available on the online store.

Sony also announced that, from April 14, PSP owners can access Music Unlimited, powered by Qriocity. This cloud-based music service lets users access millions of songs from major and independent labels. The service also provides users with personalised music channels based on their preferences.

Music Unlimited can also be synchronised across PSPs, PS3s, PCs and other networked Sony devices.