Sony's updated PSP Slim (PSP-2000) may not have been an upgrade anywhere near the metamorphosis from Nintendo's DS to DS Lite, but it's reinvigorated the Japanese consumer nonetheless. Sony has officially broken the 1 million barrier in these new units shipped to retailers, and has accomplished the feat in just about 2 months of time. Once again, not Nintendo DS numbers, but being second to the Flash in a footrace doesn't mean you're slow. [sony via kotaku]
Once again, not Nintendo DS numbers, but being second to the Flash in a footrace doesn't mean you're slow
So, what are these amazing DS numbers? One million in two months sounds pretty good, but if we have to keep mentioning how they do not compare to the DS, then I really would like to know how many DS Lite's were sold in the first two months.