The company announced wireless accessories Wednesday at the 2007 Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany. The new products include a camera for video chat and a racing wheel for driving video games.
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A $39.99 edition will include the camera, a headset for voice chat, a one-month subscription to the premium version of Xbox Live, as well free downloads of the video games "UNO" and "TotemBall" on Xbox Live Arcade.
For $79.99, consumers get a 12-month subscription to Xbox Live and free downloads of "UNO" and "Robotron."
Coming in November is the Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel. Designed for racing games, the $149.99 controller will include force feedback to simulate bumpy roads.
By the end of the year, the company also plans to sell a $59.99 wireless headset for voice chatting and a $19.99 wireless receiver so consumers can use the devices to play games on their Windows-based computers.
The new products come as rivals Sony Corp (SNE). and Nintendo Co. prepare to enter the next-generation video game market.
The PlayStation 3 from Sony, due Nov. 17, will have wireless controllers with built-in motion sensors but no force-feedback feature.
Nintendo's Wii, meanwhile, uses a unique TV-style remote that can be swung like an ax or an golf club to control the on-screen action. Nintendo has said only that the Wii should be available by the end of the year.