He said it would not be worthwhile for punters to upgrade from 60GB to 80GB but a larger, 120GB version might be something Sony would look at. Reeves justified the fact that Sony released a Starter Pack for its PS3 rather than an actual price cut. He said that in Europe it is unnecessary to reduce the price because punters want "added value". We guess that means that in Europe, customers are dumb enough to pay what ever Sony asks.
Not only does the US get a 80GB version of the PS3 it will continue to get it cheaper while European punters have to pay over the odds for a machine which actually is cheaper to build than the version Sony flogged off to our former colony. Although we may get a 120 GB machine.
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