So far, Microsoft has let us in on only two options for getting our mitts on the much talked about Kinect â€“ dropping down $149 for the standalone Kinect package or $299 for the 4GB Xbox 360 S Kinect bundle. Thanks to the Australian packaging of the latter, it looks like there is going to be a third option.
As you can see above, the 4GB Xbox 360 S/ Kinect box in Australia exposes another Kinect SKU â€“ one with the 250GB Xbox 360 S â€“ which differs from its sibling in that it features a 250GB HDD, a glossy finish, and a headset. Whether or not it includes Kinect Adventures is not known at this point, but considering the 4GB SKU sports the game, itâ€™s safe to assume the new bundle will too.
Microsoft has yet to officially announce said new Kinect SKU, so youâ€™ll have to wait a little while longer for the release and pricing details.