The listing, which has since been removed, offered delivery on July 14 and the console itself for £199, reports industry publication MCV.
The £199 price point does seem pretty realistic. The company launched the original console for £179 in the UK but, with the touchscreen controller bundled-in, that cost will surely be driven up.
While that price-tag seems on point, it's difficult to imagine where Amazon summoned that summer release date from.
All indications point to a pre-Christmas launch in the UK and the US, with the smart money being on late October or early November.
In any case the subsequent withdrawal of these orders would surely have disappointed those poor souls who were banking on receiving the console next month
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