Microsoft plans to cut the price of its best-selling Xbox 360 Pro model by $50, to $299 in the next few weeks, the Hollywood Reporter reported citing anonymous sources. The price cut for the Xbox 360 model with the 20 gigabyte hard drive will come before the video game industry's biggest trade show, E3, taking place in Los Angeles on July 15-17, the report said. Rumors of the Xbox price cut swirled on popular gaming blogs Joystiq and Kotaku last week, with sites receiving snapshots of K-Mart and Radio Shack flyers advertising the $299 price. Not unexpectedly, a Microsoft spokeswoman declined to comment on the report.
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