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Post by trog @ 02:44pm 14/09/11 | 8 Comments
Xbox Australia have just announced a new price drop for Xbox 360 and Kinect bundles:
Xbox today announced that it will lower its recommended retail price of Xbox 360 with Kinect bundles in Australia by AUD$50. From tomorrow, September 15, the recommended retail price (RRP) of the 4GB Xbox 360 with Kinect bundle and the 250GB Xbox 360 with Kinect bundle will be AUD$399 RRP and AUD$499 RRP respectively.

Xbox will also introduce an entry level console to the Australian market retailing at AUD$249 RRP with the standalone 4GB Xbox 360, available for the first time in October. Completing the Xbox 360 range, the new Xbox 360 4GB console has built-in wi-fi, a black wireless controller, a standard definition composite A/V cable, and comes with a free one-month Xbox LIVE Gold Membership.

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Posted 02:47pm 14/9/11
You know the title says kindle not kinect right? :)
Posted 02:50pm 14/9/11
Posted 03:02pm 14/9/11
Now it's pointless selling my Xbox arcade as it's probably worthless, not to mention I just paid $200 for a Kinect not even three weeks ago ffs!
Posted 04:49pm 14/9/11
Wait, how much did it cost before?

I guess they saw how PS3s sales increased eight-fold (no, I'm not making that figure up) after they recently dropped the price to $349/449.
Posted 04:58pm 14/9/11
i'm just gonna wait for my combo all in one unit that i predict.

it will play xbox/ps3, be a pvr with twin tuners, and play every format i throw at it.

it's coming, just wait.
Posted 06:37pm 14/9/11
Raven, $298 for 160gb @ JB
Posted 06:50pm 14/9/11
I paid $299 for a 4Gb Kinect Bundle and $98 for a 250Gb HDD earlier in the year when they were on special at K-Mart and Big W respectively, effectively getting a 250Gb kinect bundle for $400
Posted 09:07am 15/9/11
Hmm, what's better for media streaming, Xbox 360 or PS3?
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