Originally Posted by GlenBarrington
Well, prices will never be up to date without an enormous amount of leg work and and multiplying it by the 100 or so first and second world countries make it seem pretty daunting. What if you just categorized the target demographics for a given product. I would think that would remain constant regardless of country. (Categories like "Budget", "mid priced", "high-end" are what I'm thinking of).
Trouble is, though, it's not. Eg, in the US, the Kindle and the Sony PRS-T1 cost pretty much the same. In the UK, the Sony is almost double the price of the Kindle. That's a pretty important difference.