New Kinect for Windows is now available for pre-order, costs $199

Engadget - If you've been jonesing to snag the new Kinect sensor for Windows, you can now get one -- well, almost. Microsoft has just made its latest Kinect for Windows available for pre-order for only $199.99 with the promise of shipment by July 2014 if you do so while supplies last. The idea behind the early release is to give developers a head start on building applications for the latest v2 technology, though there's nothing stopping regular consumers from getting in on the action as well.

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SnakeCQC3560d ago

Exactly especially when theres much better more compact cameras like the c920.

1Victor3559d ago (Edited 3559d ago )

I Wonder What'sThe Differences Between This Ver And The Xbox One To Warrant This Price Because The Improved Definition And Field Of View Is Something To Be Expected For A PC Ver


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