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    AT&T Will Provide 3G For Sony’s $250/$300 Portable, ‘Vita’
    By Chris Kohler June 6, 2011 | 7:16 pm


    AT&T Will Provide 3G For Sony’s $250/$300 Portable, ‘Vita’ | GameLife | Wired.com

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    LOS ANGELES — Want more power in your portable gaming? Sony will give it to you in the form of PlayStation Vita.

    Sony unveiled the final name and pricing — but not a launch window — for its next-generation portable game system at its E3 2011 press conference on Monday evening. Officially called PlayStation Vita, the handheld will cost $300, or $250 for a version without 3G connectivity.
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    Sony sets name, pricing for new handheld
    PlayStation Vita will start at $249; new 3D display unveiled

    By Dan Gallager, Market Watch,June 6, 2011, 10:24 p.m. EDT

    Sony sets name, pricing for new handheld - MarketWatch

    LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) — Sony Corp. announced the name and price points for its new handheld video game console Monday night, with the device set to hit the market in late 2011.

    The Japanese electronics major also apologized for the outage of its PlayStation Network, or PSN, that stretched from late April through the bulk of May.

    The outage was caused by an attack by hackers that resulted in the compromise of personal data of subscribers, though Sony JP:6758 -1.79% /quotes/zigman/197524/quotes/nls/sne SNE +0.56% maintains that it has no evidence that credit-card information was taken.
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