Pre-Order Kinect 2.0 for Windows

Microsoft’s announces is good news for people who wanted to use the motions sensing capabilities without the need for a $400 Xbox One. And while Microsoft had originally announced that the new standalone device would be available in November, it was just released today for pre-order via the Microsoft estore, for Windows, and at the pre-order cost of $199 with an estimated shipping date of July 15. Continue reading here.



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