The sensor, which costs $199/£159, delivers better depth sensing, 1080p resolution, a wider field of view and various other improvements.
Not everyone would say that bundling Kinect along with the Xbox One was a good move and maybe it was quite obvious that it wouldn’t hit it right with some people’s taste but there was nothing that could stop Microsoft from expanding the sales of their motion-sensing peripheral. You are only a week away from getting the second gen Kinect for Windows.
Microsoft has updated its pre order listing and that’s how we have found out about the new Kinect and with the pre orders in process, the shipment is promised to start by July 15th. The sensor is going to cost you $199/£159 and is totally worth it as it gives you depth sensing, 1080p resolution, a wider field of view and a couple of other improvements too. We are also looking forward to some amazing Windows Kinect apps because the Windows Store platform has been left open for the developers who can post their creations to the store.