Greenberg: Kinect pricing "speculative"

Real deals "not yet determined".

Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg has tweeted that pricing info for Kinect released by retailers is not accurate.

"No Kinect price announced yet, retail price estimates are purely speculative, final price & pack-in details are not yet determined," he wrote, hours after GameStop pointed to a $149.99 price for the add-on.

Microsoft said earlier tonight that Kinect will launch in the US on 4th November, has shown off a range of first-party launch games and listed third-party efforts, and has outlined software updates for the 360 interface that use Kinect.

However, it has avoided the pricing issue entirely.

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