E3 2010: Xbox 360 Slim Now Shipping to Stores

Mon, Jun 14, 2010

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At the Xbox 360 E3 Media Briefing, Microsoft announced the Xbox 360 Slim, which will cost the same price as an Xbox 360 Elite – $299. Beginning today, Microsoft is shipping the console, and it will be available in stores later this week in the US.

It comes equipped with a 250 GB hard drive, built in wi-fi adapter, and will be compatible with Microsoft Kinect out of the box.

It comes in black and has a new streamlined design.

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