Xbox One Kinect Sensor - £14.99 (Pre-owned) - Game
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Xbox One Kinect Sensor - £14.99 (Pre-owned) - Game

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Found 15th Sep 2017
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Back in stock - 18/09
Good price for this. Currently still £17.99 at Grainger, or £15 instore at CEX (£17.50) delivered.

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Kinect for Xbox One has a 1080p HD camera, advanced infrared technology and a microphone array with noise isolation for maximum precision in capturing sound and motion.

With Kinect for Xbox One, command your Xbox and TV with your voice and gestures, play games where you are the controller and make Skype calls in HD. Be recognized and signed-in automatically, and use your voice to find your favourite entertainment, snap apps, switch instantly and start recording game clips. You can even broadcast your gameplay live with picture-in-picture.

DON'T FORGET: If you have the S console, you'll need the adapter.
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Well I guess 1000 Plus heat what do you think?



And by the way heat!!!!
The voice commands are pretty useful so long as you disable Cortana; she's/it's less than useless.
+1 for the voice control. Not as responsive as Alexa but very handy to be able to turn the console on and off (along with the TV and sound system via the IR Blaster), and control the TV and other apps (Xbox - watch BBC1 etc).

Main reason I am sticking with the old Xbox One rather than upgrading to the S or X, as I believe the adaptor is upward of £30 alone
They should have at least gone down the road of the PS move controller to accompany this. Was really hoping for some sort of shooter for it instead of the usual jumping up and down and waving your arms about games. Heat added for the price though but I still don't think I can justify buying one.
Can this be connected to Android boxes for Skype etc?
Hey Cortana
m.ad24 m ago

+1 for the voice control. Not as responsive as Alexa but very handy to be …+1 for the voice control. Not as responsive as Alexa but very handy to be able to turn the console on and off (along with the TV and sound system via the IR Blaster), and control the TV and other apps (Xbox - watch BBC1 etc).Main reason I am sticking with the old Xbox One rather than upgrading to the S or X, as I believe the adaptor is upward of £30 alone


The adaptor was free from MS if you provided serial numbers of the kinect and old and new consoles, though I'm not sure if they still do this. They SHOULD IMHO as they are the ones that chose to make it incompatible, if they had just kept the relevant port there would be no need to that stupid big adaptor that actually has to be powered too!
ST312311 m ago

The adaptor was free from MS if you provided serial numbers of the kinect …The adaptor was free from MS if you provided serial numbers of the kinect and old and new consoles, though I'm not sure if they still do this. They SHOULD IMHO as they are the ones that chose to make it incompatible, if they had just kept the relevant port there would be no need to that stupid big adaptor that actually has to be powered too!


...or just used USB in the first place

The free offer from MS was for a limited time, so doesn't help people like me who didn't buy an S when they first released, or those who bought an S without previously owning an original One
Vladimir1 h, 42 m ago

The voice commands are pretty useful so long as you disable Cortana; …The voice commands are pretty useful so long as you disable Cortana; she's/it's less than useless.


Wait... you can disable Cortana??

*Googles how to disable that Cortana trash*
About £30 for the adapter!! Admittedly I haven't spent ages looking around, that was a quick 5-minute Google, but there didn't seem to be anywhere cheaper. The free adapter offer ended in March apparently.

So while the Kinect for £15 is cheap, it's not cheap if you own an S
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There seems to be a dwindling list of games/apps that support kinect, which is a shame. I quite enjoyed the free xbox fitness game before it got expired.
I would recommend this and a copy of Dance Central: Spotlight, which goes for next to nothing and will definitely provide you with £20-worth of entertainment and a means to get a bit fitter in the process. There aren't many games available overall, but for this price you'd only need a couple to make it a good investment.
ST312315th Sep

The adaptor was free from MS if you provided serial numbers of the kinect …The adaptor was free from MS if you provided serial numbers of the kinect and old and new consoles, though I'm not sure if they still do this. They SHOULD IMHO as they are the ones that chose to make it incompatible, if they had just kept the relevant port there would be no need to that stupid big adaptor that actually has to be powered too!


Makes for an amazing Webcam on the Xbox though, I use it on Skype all the time.

The adapter isn't worth buying for Windows though, the camera just doesn't work like a normal camera and you cannot use it as a Webcam without a hack.
according to website they are £34.99 pre-owned
Not £14.99. Expired again?
Not £14:99,£34:99 online.Cold as these are great dust collectors.
out of stock again
m.ad15th Sep

+1 for the voice control. Not as responsive as Alexa but very handy to be …+1 for the voice control. Not as responsive as Alexa but very handy to be able to turn the console on and off (along with the TV and sound system via the IR Blaster), and control the TV and other apps (Xbox - watch BBC1 etc).Main reason I am sticking with the old Xbox One rather than upgrading to the S or X, as I believe the adaptor is upward of £30 alone

Mind I can attest the games do look crisp and nicer on 4K and obviously you can play 4K blurays which is awesome so I'd recommend upgrade if they mean anything to you that is but I'm sad and love 4K stuff 😔
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