The newly designed Xbox 360, which was not only announced today but is also available now, is priced at the exact same price point as current Xbox 360s. For $200 you can get a 4GB model, for $300 you can get a 250GB model, and for $300 you can get a 4GB model with a Kinect. So essentially you’re paying the same amount for a system that will be outdated in 5 months by a console that looks exactly like it. And besides, at this point, you can get a much better deal on an Xbox 360 if you’re still on the fence about buying one. As a reminder from July through the launch of the Xbox One, Xbox live Gold members can download two games a month for free, starting with halo 3 and Assassins Creed 2 in July, and (reportedly) at this time you can get Fable 3 for free by going to purchase it with Microsoft Points instead of real dollars.