21skywakeWed 27th Jan 2016 I made a quick graph because that's what I do. Took the US launch prices from the last two console generations, adjusted for inflation using an online calculator. Graph shows the highest price, lowest price and the median price. The green side represents a "cheap" price target, the red side represents a premium price. People expecting the same prices as previous systems need to remember inflation. Adjusted for inflation the Wii launched at almost $300US (2015). On the other side the 360, PS3 and XBOne were all at around $500US (2015). Of course tech does tend to get cheaper over time but you need to keep in mind how much more $250US was worth 10 years ago. That said, I think $200-250US is a reasonable target for a portable. I'd expect a home console to be somewhere closer to around $300-350US. With the home console they need to be careful that they are priced competitively. Either that or they need to offer something worth paying a premium for. With the portable? I think they can get away with a lot more. They're already a premium product in that space, regardless of price or spec. Some Aussie musics: Pond, TFS, Genesis Owusu "Don't stir the pot" is a nice way of saying "they're too dumb to reason with"