Kinect Adaptor for Xbox

Kinect Adaptor for Xbox


Use Kinect with your Windows PC or Xbox One S.

Experience the convenience and versatility of the Xbox One Kinect Sensor on your Xbox One S or Windows PC. Whether you want to navigate your new console without lifting a finger or develop interactive apps on PC, the Xbox Kinect Adaptor will make it happen. See Xbox Support for additional information.

Kinect Adaptor

RRP: $64.95

  • ManufacturerMicrosoft
  • CategoryKinect
  • ConsoleXbox One




Features

  • Advanced skeletal tracking
  • Enhanced noise isolation
  • Wider field of view with the 1080p HD camera
  • Precise gesture recognition

Additional features

  • If you are upgrading your console to Xbox One S and already own a Kinect, you can get your free Adaptor for a limited time here. For more info Xbox Support.

System requirements:

For PC:

  • A Kinect for Windows V2 sensor or Kinect for Xbox One sensor
  • Latest version of the Kinect for Windows SDK*
  • Operating system: Windows 8/8.1/10
  • 64-bit (x64) processor
  • Dual-core 2.66-GHz or faster processor
  • USB 3.0 connection
  • 2 GB RAM

For Xbox One S**:

  • Xbox One S console
  • Kinect for Xbox One sensor


Sleeker. Slimmer. Sharper.

Introducing the new Xbox One S, featuring a 40% smaller console, up to 2TB hard drive, 4K Ultra HD video, High Dynamic Range, a streamlined controller, and vertical stand. †

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† 4K streaming with select apps, see xbox.com. HDR functionality with supported games and TVs.





Kinect for Windows v2 sensor or Xbox One Kinect sensor required, sold separately.

* To download the software and access the additional developer resources, go to kinectforwindows.com. Storage required; ISP fees may apply.

** Xbox Kinect Adaptor is required for use with Xbox One S consoles and Window 10 PCs. Earlier versions of the Xbox One console do not require the Kinect Adaptor. The Kinect for Xbox One Sensor can be directly connected to those consoles. Kinect’s IR blaster is not functional when used with the Xbox Kinect Adaptor