"At a minimum, we anticipate the introduction of a more feature-packed Xbox 360 as the standard SKU in late 2010 (likely with a 250GB hard drive) at the same $299 price point, and think that Microsoft will cut price before the fall only if it begins to lose significant market share to Sony.”Rumours have been heard of late after some Internet images of a supposed Xbox 360 slim motherboard were released. Microsoft denied all credibility to the photographs, but the thought is still in the air...
"It is far more likely that we will see a slim version of the Xbox 360 with a 250 GB hard drive and with Project Natal bundled into the box while maintaining the $299 price point, especially if Sony does not lower the price of the PS3 by the time Natal and Sony’s Move controllers launch in the fall."
Wednesday, 14 April 2010
Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter believes that there is an Xbox 360 Slim in production, and that it would come with Natal integrated and a 250gb hard drive: