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Microsoft in enticing gamers with a $400 entertainment bundle that will include the Xbox 360 250GB video-game console, the Kinect motion sensor and one game. The bundled Kinect-ready Xbox is the slimmer, glossy black console introduced the E3 game conference. The console, which includes built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi, costs $300 by itself.

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