Microsoft used Build 2013 to reveal that Kinect 2 for Windows will be available for developers this November.
The device is being offered early to developers for a cost of $399 (£268, AU$429) before its 2014 launch date to ensure plenty of apps are available for users on day one.
Microsoft is selling Kinect 2 for Xbox One with a special Xbox One, non-USB, connection. Speaking to Ars Technica, a Microsoft spokesman said: "The Kinect for Xbox One sensor will not have an adaptor that allows it to plug into a computer".
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