And it shouldn't be long, as the device has just shown up on the Microsoft Store with a release date of July 15.
The sensor comes with a price tag of £159/$199/AU$199 (in the UK, that makes it cheaper than the original Kinect for Windows for the time being, oddly) and can be pre-ordered right now.
The pre-order page appears to be working A-OK, so it seems like this is legitimate. But as there's been no official announcement, we've asked Microsoft for confirmation that the information we're looking at is correct - and we'll let you know when we know for sure.
Just give us more of this...
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