Posted on Monday, January 30th, 2012 at 9:00 AM by Guest
A recently story has been published detailing two Asus made netbooks. What makes the netbooks unique is they have Microsoft’s Kinect technology integrated into the netbook prototypes. Its also stated in the reports that the netbooks are operating on Windows 8, which as been fully approved by Microsoft.
Microsoft announced during its CES ’12 keynote that Kinect for Windows will be released on February 1. The pc operated kit is expected to operate in a “near mode” which accurately detects movements within 50 centimetres. Its expected that additional laptops will be revealed starting in February after Microsoft publicly showcases Windows 8.
With the unveiling of Windows 8 and Kinect integrated laptops, it will be interesting to see what Microsoft plans to do, combining services between Windows Games and Xbox titles.
Rumors continue to run rampant regarding a next generation Xbox. Microsoft’s next generation console is still highly anticipated by E3 2012.
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