E3 - Mysterious fourth Xbox 360 seen at Microsoft rehearsal

The image, entitled "Pick Your System" and originally posted to a Microsoft Flickr account, shows four dimly lit Xbox 360s on stage whereas the company currently only offers three versions; a Core model for US$299, a premium model with hard drive for $399, and an Elite model with a larger capacity hard drive and HDMI support for $479.

The report surfaced amid rumblings that Microsoft will drop the price of existing Xbox 360 models in the wake of Sony's $100 PS3 price drop on Monday.

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