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Microsoft has confirmed that the Kinect sensor included with the Xbox One will not be compatible with PCs, as it won't feature a USB connector or any support from Microsoft to run on Windows
Microsoft has just announced their brand new next-gen Kinect. This is an updated version of the popular Xbox add-on that will allow users to interact with the console via voice or movement.
Kinect is Microsoft's motion sensing input device for the Xbox 360. With over 18 million shipped as of January 2012, a sample image claiming to be taken from it's successor has appeared online.
A new rumor claims that the next major version of Microsoft's Kinect motion sensor technology will have the ability to read the lips of humans along with other features and improvements.