Microsoft Releases Kinect System For Xbox 360

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A lot of advanced technology we’re still waiting on and Microsoft is always on the lead when it comes to digital advancement. On Thursday, the Kinect system for Xbox 360 will be out for sale and you can get one Xbox 360 with Kinect for FREE. Avid gamers are salivating to have this latest technology. The Kinect technology provides controller-free control of living room entertainment and delivers unique gaming experience.

It’s part game controller, part fitness guru and part “Minority Report,” the movie where Tom Cruise famously interacts with a multi-touch interface by making rapid motions with his hands. Instead of gripping a physical controller to play games and movies on your Xbox 360, Kinect allows you to simply move your body – hands, feet, hips – to do everything.

Kinect is a hybrid video camera and motion sensor that sits just above or below your television display. It looks like an extra wide webcam and connects to the Xbox 360 – even older models – through the USB port. Kinect sells for $150 and comes with one game; you can buy it bundled with a low-end Xbox 360 for $300, saving $50 on the package.

What people say about Xbox 360 with Kinect

“There’s a crazy, magical, omigosh rush the first time you try the Kinect. It’s an experience you’ve never had before,” David Pogue of the New York Times (read full review)

Engadget’s Ross Miller was more impressed with the Kinect’s potential than with its performance. “[W]e think there’s some fighting spirit inside that glossy shell, but it’s definitely got a lot of growing up to do first,” (read full review)

Hiawatha Bray of the Boston Globe called the Kinect Microsoft’s “most innovative product in years.” He continued thus: “[The Kinect is] far in front of rival technologies like the motion-sensitive controller of the Nintendo Wii game machine, or the Move controller for Sony Corp.’s PlayStation 3.”

“I’m conflicted,” writes Gizmodo’s Jason Chen. “Although the potential of the Kinect platform is evident, it’s still unclear how more mainstream titles like Gears of War or Dead Rising or Fable can use these new gaming mechanics.” More Reviews

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