Sony details price cuts for PS Vita memory cards

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Earlier today, Sony announced a price cut for the PS Vita, lowering the cost of its powerful, yet underachieving handheld to a more attractive $199.99. During the press conference, SCEE president Jim Ryan also teased the system's memory cards will also be getting a price job, but didn't reveal details.

We now know you can save anywhere from $5 to $20, depending on what size memory card you'll be getting. Below are the new prices for each PS Vita memory card.

  • 4GB: $19.99 $14.99
  • 8GB: $29.99 $19.99
  • 16GB: $59.99 $39.99
  • 32GB: $99.99 $79.99

"PS Vita will be the ultimate companion device to PS4 through key features like “Remote Play,” which allows PS4 games to be instantly playable on PS Vita at home via Wi-Fi," SCEA's Don Mesa said. "We currently anticipate that many, if not most, PS4 games will be Remote Play enabled."

Will a $50 drop in the Vita's price convince you to finally go out and buy one?

[PS Blog]

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