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    News - In Win to produce a NUC chassis with built-in Microsoft Kinect

    It’s a development of the Taiwanese firm’s current ULTRATOP K3 design.
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    Re: News - In Win to produce a NUC chassis with built-in Microsoft Kinect

    Whilst not suitable for my living room (HTPC is not below the TV), I think this is a really interesting idea - unlike the Silverstone cases, genuinely innovative

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    Re: News - In Win to produce a NUC chassis with built-in Microsoft Kinect

    "Do readers think In Win is onto a winner?"

    Let's put it this way it got my attention. The question I have is, will there be consumer software for the Kinect for PC rather than the Xbox? If not, these will only be for the corporate fold.

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    Re: News - In Win to produce a NUC chassis with built-in Microsoft Kinect

    Quote Originally Posted by Gadgety View Post
    "Do readers think In Win is onto a winner?"

    Let's put it this way it got my attention. The question I have is, will there be consumer software for the Kinect for PC rather than the Xbox? If not, these will only be for the corporate fold.
    No official plans to do that

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    Re: News - In Win to produce a NUC chassis with built-in Microsoft Kinect

    I want Kinect for Windows as my remote control for media centre etc, good motion and gesture sensing could replace a lot of the old button mashing. Go on Microsoft, this could be your USP for making a comeback with the living room Windows PC... PLEASE!

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    Re: News - In Win to produce a NUC chassis with built-in Microsoft Kinect

    Kingpotnoodle: An update to windows media centre would also help - but then again My movies add on does most of what I want

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