Sony stores through the U.S. have dropped the price of the PS Vita 3G model, reports The Verge
. The stores are selling the console for $199.97, a full $100 cheaper than its retail price. Formerly this month, we read about how PS Vita sales in Japan basically expanded, after receiving a price cut.
3G bundles include the console, an 8GB memory card and also a voucher for a free Play Station Network game, as long as you sign up for the actual data plan. The online shop still shows both the WiFi and 3G models for $249, thus for now all we know is that if you are interested in buying, it would serve you well to look around for the lower price.