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Microsoft, Asus, & Primesense use Kinect Technology - CES 2011

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Microsoft teams with Asus and PrimeSense to use the Kinect sensor and allow developers (for roughly $200) to create their own applications for this platform found at CES.

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Updated 01-09-2011 at 12:29 PM by Jensen2000

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Wrong, for the average user they would not need 6 channel outputs, only a few people do. I am looking forward to the release of this unit and would use it with a 5 channel amp that has only 4 channel inputs... Not sure what you were expecting and if this proves popular more advanced units will come out.
Fail. It only has 4 channel output! The rears can be converted but at the price tag this will command, an extra set of outputs would have been easy and needed!
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