Microsoft to release Kinect 2.0 on PC next month

Waiting for Kinect 2.0 on the PC? Microsoft announces it will be selling the Xbox One accessory on PC next month, for $200.

| Jul 6, 2014 at 11:30 pm CDT

For something that Microsoft teased back in March, Kinect 2.0 is finally headed to the PC. The 3D camera will be made available for PC on July 15, without the Xbox logo being printed on it.

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The PC-compatible 3D camera is priced at $100 more than its Xbox One counterpart, at $200. Considering Microsoft knocked $100 from the price of the Kinect-less Xbox One, one has to wonder what the 100% increase in price represents. It should be the same hardware inside, but I'm sure we'll find out what the PC-compatible Kinect 2.0 sensor is capable of in a just a few days time.

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