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Kinect brings games and entertainment to life in extraordinary ways - no controller required. Easy to use and instantly fun, Kinect gets everyone off the couch. Want to join a friend in the fun? Simply...

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Futuristic, Voice Support, Fun

Lag, Expensive, Tedious Set-Up

Introduction There is no doubt in my mind, that Microsoft’s ‘Kinect’ is technologically the most advanced hardware to be released for public consumption, probably ever, or at least the only one with a reasonable price tag! A bold claim, yes, but unlike other sophisticated hardware, the ability to...

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Excellent

“I Love My Xbox Kinect”

published 19/10/2011

Range Of Games, No Remotes Needed, Great Responsiv...

Quite Expensive, Can Get Confused, It Could Be Bro...

Introduction# Before purchasing my xbox i did have a nintendo wii. I loved the fact you could play interactive games without any hastle of wires or non connecting remote controls. The nintendo wii was great for playing tennis, mario kart, and other games, providing hand movements for the use of...

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Super

“Move over the Nintendo Wii!”

published 27/11/2011

Easy to set up and use, makes game play more inter...

Sensor can be too sensitive and a bit slow sometim...

Microsoft Kinect for Xbox 360 We bought our Xbox 360 and the kinect sensor as a bundle package about 6 months ago and I really like the sensor as it makes the games even more interactive and in my opinion it makes the Nintendo Wii look a bit outdated. The kinect sensor can be bought as part of a...

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Good

“Let Your Body Take Control”

published 24/12/2010

You are the controller

Limited use

The Kinect The Xbox Kinect was released this November and there have been numerous advertising campaigns to persuade people to try buy one, after all $500million was invested into advertising. With so much money in gaming there is constant competition in gaming for who can be the best. We’ve gone...

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Excellent

“Kinect yourself on screen”

published 26/12/2010

No controller

Can be costly if have no console

Kinect is Microsoft’s answer to the Wii and competition to Playstation Move. I must admit, I hadn’t actually heard of Playstation Move until I started researching games consoles in my decision to purchase one. In any case both of these two competitors require a remote to track motion; Kinect is...

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Super

“Where's my RPG?”

published 15/08/2011

Amazing interface, easy to use, responsive, fun

Small range of games, need a lot of space

The Kinect for Xbox is a brilliant bit of technology. It’s a piece of hardware that hooks up to an ordinary Xbox and allows you to control games through gestures. It contains cameras and motion sensors to create an avatar of the player so when you move, the avatar moves too. Setting up the Kinect...

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“Will your Kinect connect?”

published 13/05/2011

Fantastic gameplay, wide range of games now becomi...

Occasion problem when playing certain games.

It is probably fair to say that we love gadgets in our home. We have almost anything you can possibly buy for the Xbox 360 and we totally adore playing it on a nightly basis after a busy day at work. There is just something about the escapism that makes for a wonderfully relaxing evening and...

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Excellent

easy to use, quick to install, very intelligent

A little expensive

My partner for ages was going on about the Microsoft Kinect (or Project Natal as it was to start with) and I never really saw the fascination with it. Other consoles have motion sensing technology and if this was all the Kinect did, I might as well have stuck with the Nintendo Wii. After much...

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Super

“Kinect me up!”

published 18/05/2011

The best 'non-controller' system available, full 3...

Need a large area for play, maximum of 2 players a...

**What is it?** The 'Kinect' sensor bar is an additional purchase for owners of the Microsoft XBOX 360 games console, and enables the user to play games (certain titles only) using their whole body movements tracked by the 3 cameras on the sensor bar. **What does it cost?** Kinect retailed at...

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Excellent

“Get Kinect-ed...”

published 13/01/2011

Fun to play, gets you exercising, good selection o...

Facial ID picky, can get confused, you need a lot ...

You are the controller. So says Microsoft. And it's true. I have to admit, I was pleasantly surprised when I tried this for the time. It can follow your movements very well, it knows when your waving, it can tell the difference between your hands and feet and it knows who is in front of other...

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Excellent

Amazing technology, control the whole xbox wireles...

price is higher than the competitors

Microsoft Kinect was released into a motion market dominated by the Nintendo Wii. However, in just over a year Microsoft has turned it around, and is now the leading force in the market. Of course, being the gadget lover I am, I purchased one of these as soon as it came out, and have never played...

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Super

fun to play

not overly precise

Surrounded by a totally male household we seem to have quite a few games consoles. My favourite is the Wii but my boyfriend prefers the x box. When the Kinect came out we were both pretty excited about the next stage in motion gaming where the Kinect has no buttons but works on voice and motion...

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Excellent

Great party essential, Responsive when used correc...

Large area required to play efficiently

I purchased the Xbox 360's Kinect hardware recently, and I am glad I did. As a person who enjoys the gaming side of life this little add on is great! ........................................ What exactly is KINECT? .......................................... Kinect is the newest and most up to...

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Good

“The Kinect”

published 14/11/2010

very clever techology

you need lots of room

Microsoft have now released their hands free gaming system called Kinect. The system is easy to set up and costs around £120. There are not many Kinect compatible games ready at release although the main title is a sports title called Kinect Sports which designed to compete with Wii Sports on the...

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“Kinect with your friends!”

published 02/06/2011

No controllers!

Takes abit of getting used to, video calls can be ...

Hi! It's me again! I don't really review technology all that often, you're more likely to find me reviewing tasty (or not so tasty as the case may be) food and/or baby slings. But never-the-less I'm going to give it my best shot to come up with a decent review, and I'll try and take into...

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