Amid speculation that Sony will launch a PSP2 at E3 next week, MCVUK asked SCEE president and CEO Andrew House about the success and sales of the PSP Go. House replied that one of the reasons the PSP Go was launched was to see what customers really wanted and because of this, the success can't be measured in sales.
Though House said it was only one of the reasons for the PSP Go, designing, producing and marketing a product just to see what people want seems like a very expensive way to do market research. That said, at least Sony learned something from the whole thing. Let's hope those lessons transfer to the PSP2!