Microsoft slashes price of Xbox 360 accessories

Wireless accessory range slashed by up to 40%.

Microsoft Australia today announced a price drop for a number of Xbox 360 video game accessories. The recommended retail prices (RRP) of the Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel, Wireless Networking Adapter, 120GB Hard Drive, Headset and Universal Media Remote have all been significantly reduced.

From today, the Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel will have an Australian RRP of $149.95; a saving of $50. The Universal Media Remote, Wireless Networking Adapter and Wireless Headset have all been reduced by $20, and will now cost $29.95, $149.95 and $29.95, respectively. The Xbox 360 Hard Drive (120GB) meanwhile, has dropped from an RRP of $229.95 to $199.95, for a saving of $30.

Adam Pollington, Xbox 360's product marketing manager, said: "Today’s announcement is great news for gamers looking to enhance their Xbox 360 experience with a wide range of accessories to choose from".

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