At the Executive's Club of Chicago, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer let fly in a speech that a "new Xbox 360" would be hitting store shelves in 2010.
The new device will be equipped with technology that is "really, really, close" to an actuality. The console, which was described as having a "natural interface," will have a built in camera with the ability to recognise movement and voice.
This, of course, is referring to Project Natal—and it backs up earlier rumours that a new console would debut in the fall. But the question remains, are we talking an entirely new console here or simply some sort of bundle? Ballmer wasn't clear, but we're pretty sure it's a bundle. It HAS to be. Right? [TG Daily via Crunchgear]