Microsoft has not officially announced the retail price for Xbox Kinect, but its own website has apparently decided to go ahead and confirm it. Supporting E3 rumors, the Microsoft Store has listed the Kinect sensor for $149.99.
There is a chance this listing was erroneously put on the site, but I'd be very surprised if that error wasn't a case of timing as opposed to figures -- meaning that they probably put the listing up too early, but the price is correct. Either way, Microsoft currently displays Kinect for $149.99, clear as day.
So, what do you reckon? Will you buy that for the money, or are you sensible?
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