There's a new listing on Amazon's Germany Web site that shows a different version of the Xbox 360 slim model - instead of a 250 GB hard drive, this one has a 4 GB drive and it could replace the current Arcade model that has no hard drive at all.
At around 150 euros, it would roughly equate to the $200 that the Xbox 360 Arcade model currently sells for. It would assumedly phase out the Arcade so that those with a lower budget could still buy the new redesign.
The Xbox 360 Slim was first made available in the US last month after Microsoft announced it at its E3 press conference. It is the same price as the older fat HDD-equipped Xbox 360 was.
It's possible the 4 GB model could just be for Europe, and it is also possible that the listing is a mistake. For now, though, it's an interesting rumor.
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