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Microsoft Unveils New Kinect for Windows

Posted on Saturday, March 29 @ 10:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Microsoft has revealed its updated version of Kinect for Windows. As one might expect, it looks a lot like the Xbox One Kinect, minus the signature Xbox logo.

See it below.
 

In addition to the sensor itself, this new and improved version of the hardware requires an entirely separate hub and power supply, both of which have been included in the image below, embedded for your viewing pleasure. 
 

Microsoft has yet to provide release info for this new Kinect for Windows, so stay tuned for more info.

[Kinect for Windows Blog]
Tags:   Kinect, PC, Microsoft
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