Microsoft Xbox One Kinect

80
Engadget
Score
80

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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The facial recognition on the Xbox One Kinect is amazing, and the voice commands can be magical -- when they work. The rest of the time, the Kinect's inability to understand your voice will leave you reaching for a controller instead.

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Scores

Engadget

80
 

Breakdown

Ergonomics / comfort
8.3
Accuracy / responsiveness
8.0
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Specs

Xbox

Type
Other
Connection
Wired
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Specs

Xbox

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Other
Connection
Wired
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