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Microsoft has priced up the Xbox 360 Kinect bundle it's hoping will tempt console-less consumers when the motion control tech launches on 10 November.

An Xbox 360 250GB bundled with a Kinect sensor and a Kinect Adventures game pack will set you back £300.

Xbox 360 250GB

It's $399 in the US, which is, give or take a pound or three, exactly equivalent to the VAT-less UK price.

MS has already announced a bundle pairing the Kinect kit with its 4GB Xbox 360.

Existing Xbox 360 owners can buy the Kinect sensor / Kinect Adventures bundle for £130. Kinect will also be bundled with the upcoming 4GB Xbox 360 for £250. Games cost £40.

Xbox Kinect

You can read Reg Hardware's review of the Xbox 360 250GB here. ®

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