Microsoft Xbox Kinect has been creating a lot of attention for itself over the past few months. This revolutionary piece of technology promises to change human interaction as we understand it today, as it allows for completely controller free control of your Xbox 360. Needless to say, this completely redefines what the Xbox 360 is capable of doing, so here’s a look into how the Kinect will change the Xbox 360.
The first big change is that it will add motion gaming. This is an obvious add on, and something that doesn’t really need to be mentioned. There will soon be an impressive roster of games that take advantage of Kinect, including titles like Kinect Sports. Motion gaming takes gaming into the realm of even non-gamers, as it’s easy to pick up and play. This means your Xbox 360 is going to move out of your bedroom into the living room for everyone to enjoy.
Apart from motion gaming, the Kinect will completely revamp your multimedia experience as well. With its impressive 250Gb hard disk and capability of linking up with your Microsoft Windows™ based computers, the Xbox 360 is probably already an important part of your media experience. Kinect allows you to control your entire collection without a remote control. No more hunting around for the remote or getting up from your seat to pause a movie.
Finally, there are plenty of other nips and tweaks that Kinect will add to the Xbox 360. Simple things like being able to sign in by just waving, to headset-free party chat over Xbox Live are some of the many, many features that Kinect shall add to the already great Xbox 360, making it probably the best accessory to add to your Xbox 360. Since the hardware is priced at $150, it’s completely worth the amount you spend on it.
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