The Kinect 2.0 may have split from the Xbox One, but it will be ready to find new love with PC partners soon. A Microsoft Store listing highlights
a July 15 release date for the Xbox logo-less, PC-compatible
3D camera, meaning we can put Xbox head Phil Spencer's belief
that people will still buy the Kinect to the test as soon as next week.
The PC version
of the Kinect 2 boasts a price tag of a not-insignificant $200 - $100 more than the price difference between a Kinect-less Xbox One and an Xbox One with the peripheral pack-in.