Hot Deal: Xbox 360 with Kinect and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13: $299.99
Dell is offering to get you into the game with this great deal on an Xbox Kinect bundle.
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April 06, 2012 by EH Staff

Have any plans for the holiday weekend? It could be filled with hours of gaming fun, if you had an Xbox 360 with the Kinect accessory.

Just in case you haven’t equipped your home with this setup yet, Dell has a deal that’s hard to refuse. Today, the online retailer is offering a bundle with the 4GB Xbox 360 console, the Kinect accessory, and a copy of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13, all for $299.99. This discount will save you about $59.99 off the list price of the package and also includes free shipping.

Know that this is the 4GB version of the Xbox 360 console. It’s not a huge hard drive, but it does provide access to a lot of streaming entertainment through Xbox LIVE. Gamers and non-gamers can stream up movies, TV shows, games, and other content using a hardwired Ethernet connection or the console’s built-in WiFi support.

The package also comes with the Kinect accessory, which puts full-body motion into almost every gaming experience. Forget the controller; you are the controller! To get you started on a completely different gaming experience, this package includes the alien-themed Kinect Adventures game, as well as the added bonus of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13.

If you have a golfer (or just a rabid gamer) in your house, this is a nice bundle. Just remember that Dell is also throwing in free shipping on this purchase. Snag one before it’s gone!

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