$400 Xbox 360 Kinect bundle with 250GB HD coming November 4

Microsoft logoWith Kinect set to launch in North America on November 4, Microsoft has announced a bundle that will see the controller-free device bundled with an Xbox 360 and a game. The bundle will be available at launch and will cost $399.

In addition to the Kinect hardware, you'll get a shiny new 250GB 360 slim and a copy of Kinect Adventures. With the 250GB 360 model retailing at $300 and Kinect soon to be available for $150, the bundle offers up modest savings for those buying their first 360. It might also be a good option for those who have an older 360 model and are looking to upgrade. Of course, it's not the only option available, as Microsoft has already previously announced a 4GB 360/Kinect bundle that will cost $299.

Microsoft Kinect

When Kinect launches later this year, a total of 15 games will be available, including Kinect Sports, Kinectimals, and Harmonix's Dance Central. If you don't feel like waiting for your motion controls, the PlayStation Move will be available later this month.

Source: ars technica

Tags: Kinect, Microsoft, Xbox 360

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