Hi - glad the information was helpful.
But I should clarify that the link above was in regards to Internet Shopping - ie. purchasing 1-2 of an item for your own use (or if you are the seller, sending these items to buyers in the UK).
From what I can tell, you are considering importing game consoles into the UK in bulk? If this is the case, then a different situation applies.
Firstly, you need to work out how your goods will be classified.
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This can be tricky to do yourself as the exact classification can depend on a number of rather finicky details (such as country of origin of the goods, the materials used for certain parts etc).
Generally it is easiest to contact Customs and request a binding tariff. Link hidden: Login to view
This is a binding ruling that means you will know exactly what you will have to pay in duties for your import. The other option is to use a customs broker, however if they get the classification wrong, you may have to pay more duties than you expected etc.
Hope that helps :)