PlayStation Vita breakdown – Primary components and pricing revealed

Posted By | On 20th, Jan. 2012 Under News | Follow This Author @KartikMdgl


UBM is reporting that the Playstation Vita just costs $150 to make when you look at its Bill of Materials. Now that isn’t an accurate indication whether Sony is making a profit or not, because the Nintendo 3DS costed $100 and they still took a loss on the early models.

Check out the complete details below.

Here are the prices of the components:

  • Display and touchscreens: $50
  • Battery: $3.60
  • Cameras: $3.50
  • Wi-Fi/BT/GPS: $3.50
  • NAND: $6.00
  • SDRAM: $9.25
  • Processor: $16.00
  • BB+XCR: $16.25
  • Non-electronic: $11.00
  • Other: $30.00
  • Supporting materials: $10.00

Primary component breakdown:

  • Sony CXD5315GG – Quad-core processor with two Samsung K4P2G324EC 256 MB Mobile DDR2-S4 SDRAM Memory die (512MB total memory)
  • Toshiba THGBM3G5D1FBAIE – Multichip Memory Package – Memory and Memory Controller
  • Marvell 88W878S-BKB2 – Avastar WLAN/Bluetooth/FM Single-Chip System-on-Chip
  • Fujitsu MB44C026A – Possible Multichannel Switching Controller
  • Sony 1144KM427 – suspected AKM Magnetic Compass
  • Wolfson Micro WM1803E – Audio Codec
  • Qualcomm MDM6200 – Gobi Single-mode Modem
  • Qualcom PM8028 – Power Management IC
  • Toshiba TY890A111222KA – Mobile SDR SDRAM Memory
  • Kionix KXTC9 – Three-axis MEMS accelerometer
  • Avago ACPM-7868 – GSM Power Amplifier
  • Avago ACPM-5005 – W-CDMA Band V Power Amplifier Module
  • Avago ACPM-5001 – W-CDMA Band I Power Amplifier Module
  • Avago ACPM-5002 – W-CDMA Band II Power Amplifier Module
  • Avago ACPM-5008 – W-CDMA Band VIII Power Amplifier Module
  • EPCOS B7429 – SAW Duplexer
  • Sony CXM3555ER – SP10T Antenna Switch Module
  • Atmel MXT224 – 224-Channel Touchscreen Sensor
  • STMicroelectronics 32P10SOD
  • STMicroelectronics 3GA51H – Gyroscope

You can read more at their official website here.

Via Eurogamer.

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  • ME

    $90 profit seems like quite a bit to me :S

    • Those are an analysts estimated cost for parts, doesn’t include cost of manufacturing or cost of packaging, shipping, advertisement and R&D etc


 

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