The 64GB model will retail at a price of 10,479 yen—roughly $105. It will be available in Japan starting October 10.
The company also revealed that starting tomorrow, they'd be selling their existing Vita memory card models at a reduced price in Japan, with the 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB models getting price cuts of roughly 30%, 35%, 28% and 28,5%, respectively. This follows Sony's similar decision last month to cut memory card prices in the West.
There's been no word so far on whether the 64GB memory card would be available outside of Japan.
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