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Selling a PSP on eBayAbout 10 dollars. But, you never know, there might be someone who believes that the PlayStation 1 is the best thing since sliced bread, and doesn't want to upgrade. Or, somebody from Bangladesh might be interested in the newest thing in gaming.
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