original asking price of $350.
The company also revealed this morning that the device will be available on June 27. As Engadget notes, the device can be obtained from Nvidia's official website and we're still waiting to hear about supporting retailers. Our hands-on time with the handheld went well, but so does our time with the $170 Nintendo 3DS and the $250 PlayStation Vita.
Update: Supporting retailers include Newegg, GameStop, Micro Center and Canada Computers.