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Kinect for Xbox 360 Banishes the Controller at Expense of Precision

At a Glance

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  • Kinect
    3/5
    $100.00

    Intrepid but flawed, Microsoft's Kinect motion-sensor for Xbox 360 offers true controller-free gaming at a reasonable price, but suffers from serious accuracy and tracking issues.

Kinect

3/5
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At a Glance

Intrepid but flawed, Microsoft's Kinect motion-sensor for Xbox 360 offers true controller-free gaming at a reasonable price, but suffers from serious accuracy and tracking issues.

Price when rated: $100.00
Lowest price: $100.00 via Target.com

Pros

  • Reasonably priced
  • Tremendous future potential
  • Massive launch game line-up

Cons

  • Accuracy problems
  • Incomplete or missing features
  • Inconsistent interface
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