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Microsoft Slaps a Price on Kinect

by Travis Harvey | June 22, 2010June 22, 2010 12:48 pm PDT

E3 came and went without an official pricing announcement for the Kinect.  In fact, that sliver of information is about the only think we didn’t see out of Microsoft’s E3 keynote.  Within days of its renaming and unveiling, Amazon, Wal-Mart, GameStop, and Best Buy all listed Kinect on their websites for $150.   Last night, Microsoft went ahead and updated their online store, finally confirming Kinect’s rumored price.


Pulled from Microsoft’s online store, you now have the ability to preorder Kinect for $149.99.  You’ll get the device itself, power supply, user manual, and Wifi extension cable.  Kinect becomes available on November 4th so if you’re already committed to picking one up, swing by the Microsoft online store and preorder yours today.

Finally priced at $150, is this too expensive for you Xbox owners?  Is it competitively priced with Sony’s Move?  Let us know what you think below.