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E3 2010: Xbox 360 Slim Image Leaked

An Italian gaming website was discovered to have a running ad campaign that detailed the new Xbox 360 Slim. The flash ad linked to a page on the Italian and further detailed a 250GB built in HDD, built in Wireless and said to be compatible with Microsoft Kinect!

The above image was part of a flash movie advert and is said to be the brand-new Xbox 360 Slim. The advert later stated as the console came into view that it was compatible with Microsoft Kinect Hardware.

First posted in May, Xboxic reported that Kinect could be the new name for the upcoming ‘Project Natal’ device based on the findings of a new patent filed by Microsoft in April this year.

Nothing has yet been officially announced by Microsoft, but with the Natal event taking place in a few hours, and E3 just a few days away - we’ll keep you updated on any new developments.

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Looks pretty interesting! And it turns out you were right about the name too! :)

I don’t need an Xbox 360 slim though, nor a 250GB HDD so just hoping Kinect is reasonably priced with a good games bundle.

Comment by poo-on-u on 2010-06-14 06:59:25 | Reply

Theres been a lot of fake stuff coming out lately on the Sony side as well. I’ll believe this when it comes from the horses mouth. With E3 this week we should have some real answers.

The Kinect part has been confirmed:

Comment by Tim Pilgram on 2010-06-15 03:05:31 | Reply

THEY ALSO REVEALED THE NEW XBOX KINECT!!!!! SEE IT HERE!! AVAILABLE NOV 4th for 149.99!!! Theres picture of it, video of game-play, prices etc.

I must have missed that somehow…

Now all of this looks good, and it is definitely a nice looking system but how easy would it be to transfer your hard drive information from a regular 360 to the slim? And I’m sure it was cut out for the sleeker size, but why completely get rid of the memory cards?

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