Microsoft’s Kinect Price: $149?

Mon, Jun 21, 2010

Frisky Misc

According to several major retailers, the U.S. price point for Microsoft’s controller-less motion-control technology will debut at a hefty $149.

Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop and Wal-Mart are all in agreement in listing the device at $149, according to game industry tracker Edge.

Microsoft announced at their E3 press conference last week that the device would be released on November 4 of this year. They did not reveal and have yet to reveal an official pricing strategy, and have called such listings “purely speculative”.

If Kinect debuts at $149, is that a price point in which you feel comfortable in purchasing the device? Or is it too rich for your blood? Sound off in the comment section!

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