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Wednesday, 29 February 2012 10:10

Kinect Special Edition confirmed

Written by David Stellmack

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Glossy white 360 with Kinect for $300

Microsoft has confirmed that it will be releasing another Xbox 360 Special Edition offering. This time around it will be a new bundle known as the “Xbox 360 Special Edition 4GB Kinect Family Bundle.” The bundle has been released and should be showing up on retailer shelves.

The package consists of a new glossy white Xbox 360 slim with 4GB of internal flash storage, a glossy white Kinect sensor, a white Xbox 360 controller, and two Kinect titles. The two titles included in the bundle are Kinect Sports and Kinect Adventures. In addition, Microsoft is throwing in 3 free months of Xbox Live Gold to start out with.

The Xbox 360 Special Edition 4GB Kinect Family Bundle is available in North America for a suggested retail price of $299. Microsoft has gone out of its way to indicate that quantities are limited for this bundle offering. Other regions will be getting limited numbers of this bundle offering, as well.

Microsoft, while confirming the Xbox 360 Special Edition 4GB Kinect Family Bundle, had no comment or news about the 10th anniversary Xbox bundle we told you about yesterday; but sources tell us that they will confirm it next month for release in most regions.


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