So you decided to upgrade your Xbox One with Kinect to a new Xbox One S and now you have no use for your Kinect sensor? Wrong, the folks at Microsoft have been so nice to offer a free method to those who have a Xbox One Kinect sitting around. To use your existing Xbox One Kinect Sensor with a new Xbox One S console, you will need the Xbox Kinect Adapter. This adapter lets you connect your Xbox One Kinect Sensor to the Xbox One S console. This adapter will be available for free to customers who have an ... Read More »
With the announcement of the Xbox One S (find out about it here) some, however few that may or may not be, will be disappointed to see there is no built-in adapter for the Kinect. But a couple of updates to mention in this brief write up may settle a few worries you may have, other than the extra hours of work you're going to have to put in with the sheer amount of hardware being released in the not-too-distant future. If you have and love your Kinect sensor, you can keep it and use it with the Xbox One ... Read More »
The New Xbox One Experience (NXOE) recently rolled out and has shown a noted improvement on speed, performance and the Xbox One UI, but a Reddit user reported that a feature has been removed that allowed users of the Xbox system to sign into their accounts with ease. When paired with a Kinect the first revision of the Xbox One controllers featured an infrared sensor that allowed the Kinect to assign controllers to a player when they pick it up. This allowed users to grab a controller and be automatically signed into their Xbox Live account, even if they originally signed ... Read More »
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