The recently introduced Xbox 360 is slated to hit the markets later this fall for a dollar under $200, where there is also confirmation that Kinect will be a standalone device, although you can also get it as a bundle with the new Xbox 360. Unfortunately, Microsoft has yet to release pricing details on the bundle, but rest assured that as the fall release date draws near, more information will be revealed to the masses. According to GameStop, Kinect bundles will be going for $299 where the Arcade model is concerned, while the Elite bundle will retail for $399, although bear in mind that those prices are still not final just yet.
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