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Xbox 360 Kinect Sensor with AC Adapter (GameStop Refurbished) by Microsoft

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$24.99

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Xbox 360 Kinect Sensor with AC Adapter (GameStop Refurbished) is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 25.
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  • Platform: Xbox 360
  • Publisher: Microsoft
  • Developer: Microsoft
  • Category: Kinect

Product Details:

You become the controller when you play with the Kinect sensor, which uses the latest technology to track your every movement. It's easy to use with any Xbox 360 Slim, and you'll find yourself literally jumping into the action in no time. No learning curve here. If you want your character to kick, then you kick. If a friend joins the game, Kinect knows. Somehow, it just knows. We suspect magic is involved.

With the Kinect sensor, you can experience gaming like never before. Easy to use and fun for everyone, the Kinect sensor utilizes revolutionary full-body tracking to put you in the center of the fun. This amazing new technology allows the sensor to recognize your body and mirror your movements in the game, making you the controller. With Kinect Xbox 360 now has the best controller ever made - YOU.

Product Features

  • Color VGA Motion Camera 640x480 pixel resolution @30FPS
  • Depth Camera 640x480 pixel resolution @30FPS
  • Array of 4 microphones supporting single speaker voice recognition
  • Fully compatible with all Xbox 360 Slim models
  • Revolutionary technology that includes body recognition

    Includes

    Kinect for Xbox 360 (GameStop Refurbished) Includes:

    • Kinect Sensor
    • AC Adapter
    • USB Cable
    • Installation Manual

    Notice

    The Kinect calibration card is used to recalibrate your sensor in the event the sensor is not properly tracking your body. To print a copy of the calibration card please click here.

    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not a xbox 360 The front page advertises xbox's "from 79.99". The only thing that is 79.99 behind the link is this kinect. However, the kinect is not an xbox 360 nor does it function on it's own without an xbox 360. Personally, I was excited to see that it was possible to purchase this highly rated console at such a low cost. I was deeply disappointing to discover this unsuccessful albeit noble attempt to copy the nintendo wii's console-player inter-activeness instead. Gamestop, please fix this, it is lame.
    Date published: 2012-07-16
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent Kinect is a pretty good product for the Xbox 360. There is actually a lot of really cool features you can do with it. One of the features I really like is you are able to talk to your xbox instead of using your controller, and it is remote free which is awesome. Also you don't have to worry about a remote flying through the air and breaking your television. Overall it is a decent product with a lot of features, but I really do not use it too often since I am a controller type gamer. I do recomened it because I like talking to my Xbox and every now and then if I have a party, my party will play on it.
    Date published: 2012-07-14
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from we show you are poo of kinect! we show you are poo kinect! what a piece of garbage there are know good games poo hardware price terrible
    Date published: 2012-07-11
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Added Game Experiance for your $$ I have had my 360 since it has first came out several years ago, I have experienced Microsoft’s little quirks with this machine and come to love them all. When Microsoft brings out new tech, I know from experience, yes there will be some issues, but hand in hand it will be better with the tech then without it. I felt the price tag at around 140 bucks was a bit expensive with the kind of titles that they were making, but enjoying both the Wi and PS3 "hands free" (or as close to) I really wanted to try it out. I bought mine at GameStop refurbished. Instead of getting a brand new one and blowing almost 200 (after taxes) I got the used one...only small difference, it had finger prints on it (easy to wipe off with a cloth), and it didn't come with a game (but they did sell Adventures for 89 cents). The Big Difference, I saved 70 dollars to get exactly what people bought new!!!! The tech itself is light weight and has a capable base to set above or below your TV, but if you live in apartments, or where the floor kind of gives, you might want to set it on a firm foundation, or buy accessories that can mount it. It is corded, so if you are thinking wireless think again. Mine was "unpowered" meaning I had to find an extra outlet to plug it in, but the wall plug isn't large and doesn't hog up space for all your other cords. Instillation was easy. It only requires plugging in to your 360, and to an outlet. Set up was even easier, as Microsoft is well known for their interactive tutorials, and I was after five minutes, an expert -- talking (and waving my arms) at my TV for interactive menus. The design for this tech is a bit big in my opinion, but as always, the slimming down of body styles comes after a few years of new innovations, just look at the new 360's vs. the first gen 360s. Out of box, the only drawback is that you need lots of play space, average is about 6 feet so if you have a small gaming space, you may need to move the couch (which I did for me) but I will be buying the accessory that you can put on the Kinect to help with small spaces, and it isn't expensive at all. The sensitivity is excellent, and like other self-tuning devices, you can take it anywhere, plug it in, test the area you are in for maximum enjoyment before you start. It has a built in mic, so you can communicate not only through games, but special apps the Microsoft has that you can download. If you are a Netflix user, you will love this tech, you will no longer need your remote, just a few voice commands and a swipe of a hand and you are watching your favorite movie, if you like to tweet, Facebook, guess what, you can post you achievements, and silly pictures that the tech took of you while playing in game. The library of games is growing extensively, while starting out I think there are about 200 titles that you can choose from, anything from simple children’s games, to first person shooters. If you are looking to save gym membership dues, this is the device that will do it for you...the 360 tied with Kinect will have you sweating up a storm with personal trainers, and hot music form known artists like the Black Eyed Peas depending on what titles you buy. All in all, this is an excellent device for a 360 owner, and this tech will eventually be used in all future titles in some shape and form. If you are unsure, I would recommend going to game stop and buying a used one, they are cheaper than a new one, and with their "no questions asked 7 day return policy" you can't lose. Happy gaming to all of you...Axis Se7en.
    Date published: 2012-07-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from dont listen to wii n ps3 fanboys i bought my kinect 1 yrs ago is fun and is different u dont have to carry all this big @#$% on ur hand u dont use controls as the ps @#$% move lol so im telling u buy this n u wont regret it dont listen to thos fanboys kids n this is for them if ur not happy with ur console n thats why u leave negative comments buy a xbox n kinect n be happy :)
    Date published: 2012-06-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from You either love it or hate it Personally I love it. Being able to shout at my TV while playing Skyrim, and actually getting a result is amazing! All kidding aside, I have a few friends who feel like it was a waste of money, so I'd suggest trying one before buying it and seeing if the game selection tickles your fancy. Oh and girls love the dance game, 'nuff said.
    Date published: 2012-06-22
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better then I thought I bought this for my 8 year old daughter thinking it was a gimmicky toy like the Wii. It turns out that the Kinect far exceeded my expectations. While it doesn't have the core titles that I play it does have some that are a lot of fun to play. My daughter loves it and I have to admit I've been using it a lot more then I thought I would. It's definitely a good buy. The only drawback that I've found with it is that it is somewhat picky on the play area you must stay in. It's not a major drawback but my daughter tends to spaz out a little and get out of the play area rather easily.
    Date published: 2012-02-19
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not worth the money. I bought this when it was brand new thinking maybe they will make good games for it. Its been about a year and Its just sitting on my TV. The Wii was a better buy and it has way better titles
    Date published: 2011-11-23
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