Retailer Target Corp. this week price cut Microsoft Corp.’s Kinect sensor for the Xbox 360 to under $100 in a new peripheral sale.

This week, the Kinect sensor holds a sale price of $99.00.

Microsoft in Aug. price cut the Kinect sensor to $109.99.

The sensor previously sold at $149.99.

The price reduction is valid in North America, Latin America, Latin America, and Asia Pacific regions.

Beginning Oct. 4, the Kinect will be price cut in Australia and New Zealand.

Microsoft in July recorded a 39 percent decline in Xbox 360 sales from the year prior to 1.1 million units in the fourth quarter. Xbox 360 hardware market share increased to 49 percent from 42 percent.

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