Sony reported last quater a nice profit of €210m due to the increase in PS3 and Bravia sales. The luck has now increased the profit to €610m. The Networked Products and Services division that encompasses PlayStation and VAIO was Sony’s strongest performer, with revenue going up five percent to €3.2b on top of 3.5m PS3 sales (a slight increase), a 40 percent increase in PS3 software sales to 35m units, and “significant hardware cost reductions.” PC sales were up to 2.3m units from 1.4m units last year, and Bravia and digital camera sales also increased, to 4.9m and 6.2m units, respectively. Now for the bad news: PSP sales continued their precipitous decline, down 50 percent to 1.5m from 3.0m last year.
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