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Retailers price Kinect at $150

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 17 Jun 2010 11:56 User comments (1)

The software giant, however, would not set an official price for the product at E3 this year.

On Tuesday, GameStop put the system on sale for $150 USD while also offering up a bundle with an Arcade console and Kinect for $299.99 and an Elite console with Kinect for $399.99.

Today, more retailers have followed suit, with Amazon, Best Buy and Wal-Mart all offering the system for $150, as well.

With four major retailers now offering the device for the same price, it seems the pre-order price is Microsoft's MSRP on the system.

The Kinect is compatible with all current Xbox 360 models as well as the unreleased Slim console.

At E3, Sony also unveiled its Move motion control system, pricing the two-part controller at $80 USD.

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117.6.2010 13:25

as much as the console it self in some places... as bad as the PS3 move _

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