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Microsoft Xbox One Kinect Sensor Bar [Xbox One](Renewed)
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- Requires power adapter for Xbox One S and X models (sold separately)
- Put down the controller and play Xbox One games using just your body, voice, and gestures. Command your TV and even make Skype calls in HD.
- Play games where you are the controller, Be recognized and signed-in automatically
- Be recognized and signed-in automatically you can also call friends and family with Skype in HD
- Broadcast gameplay live with picture-in-picture
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You are the controller
You don't have to have your hands full when you're gaming. With Kinect for Xbox One, you can control games using your just body, voice, and gestures. Forget the remote. Kinect lets you command your TV or even make Skype calls in HD. Be recognized and signed-in automatically, and use your voice to find your favorite entertainment, snap apps, switch instantly, and start recording game clips. You can even broadcast your gameplay live with picture-in-picture.
Troubleshooting steps: To verify that your sensor is turned on:
1. Scroll left from the Home screen to open the guide. 2. Select Settings. 3. Select All Settings 4. Select Kinect & devices.. 5. Select Kinect. 6. Verify that Kinect on is selected.
If the Kinect has been enabled in the Xbox One Menu, follow these steps to reset the Kinect sensor’s connection:
1. Power off the Xbox One console by pressing the Xbox button on the front of the console for 10 seconds, until it shuts down completely. 2. Unplug the console’s power cable. 3. Unplug the Kinect sensor from the console. 4. Plug the console power cable back in. 5. Press the Xbox button on your console to power up. 6. Scroll left from the Home screen to open the guide. 7. Select Settings. 8. Select All Settings. 9. Select Kinect & devices. 10.Select Kinect. Plug the Kinect sensor into the back of the console and wait 5 seconds for the console to recognize it.
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Setup without issue and has been working well. Will update if any issues occur. Until further notice assume it is a quality refurbished product and the supplier delivered.
I returned that one in the Hopes to receive another that did work....instead I got another one that would not power on...and don't count on Amazon support to be any help!
Completely disgusted!!! This was a Christmas present for my kids and not only could they not use it or the games we purchased for it but it's been a huge waste of time!!!
You need to purchase Kinect 2.0 adapter to connect this device to XBox One.
I never really got this to play games, I got this as an addition to my home automation setup which includes smart lights and a certain Amazon products which insists on calling itself Alexa :P
It can be used to control aspects of your PC which combined with the Xbox and Microsoft's Media Center almost makes this the "One" media solution.
Give your Xbox voice control, even for your connected HDMI devices / Media Center PC which is great! I was able to pair the Xbox with my WMC remote using remote code N1272. I have my Xbox setup so when I say the magic "Xbox on" command, it auto-magically turns on my Projector and Sound System. Now I can use my media center almost completely by voice!
Microsoft announced the ability to connect a TV turner to this and will be adding DVR. However, you can get both those features by connecting your Microsoft PC with WMC now! Connecting your PC to the Xbox one also give the Xbox a better web experience.
Note this connects to the Xbox via a proprietary USB 3 connection. What does this mean for you? Cable length is an issue, at only 9ft (Which is the max distance for USB type connections)
The workaround for this are NOT cheep. Microsoft does make an adapter for the Kinect which allows you to attached to your PC.
1. You could buy the PC adapter for this ~$50 and use a standard USB to connect to your Xbox but keep in mind your still have a 9ft USB cable length. Kinect Adapter for Windows
2. The other workaround for longer distances requires both the converted as mentioned above and a USB to Ethernet ( RJ45) adapter which can cost upward of $$$.
While you can use the Xbox to control one guide channel changing, it will not work with other aspects of a connect PC. Steaming on Windows 10 from the Xbox is nice...but a bit of a novelty at this point as you can only steam the video, no mouse or keyboard controls...yet