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This review is from: Microsoft Kinect w/Kinect Adventures for XBOX 360
Pros: -The technology works.
-The games are the best.
-It knows my face!
-Brings my family together.
-Voice commands for watching movies
-I learned how to dance.
(Or at least learned some new moves)
-No dizzyness or any kind of problems from using technology.
The Kinect excells at peaking my family, and for that matter anyone's interest that happens to be in the room.
My parents, nieces, nephew, brother, sister, grandparents. I turned it on and started to play the games and immediately everyone wanted a turn.
The Kinect is the easiest setup ever. You can litteraly plug it in and start playing. You might want to do some calibration first. (Like I did) It helps the game not read your body, but better understand your space and to better read your face.
The technolgy will have you cheering and have you laughing so loud that it brings you to tears sometimes as you watch the fun that goes on in your living room.
Cons: - Large Space Needed
- Small Library of Games
- No Netflix support (Yet, waiting for the update, big Con for me untill it becomes available.)
- If your taller than 6'5 or shorter than 3'0 there will be some issues of it trying to register you, but not huge issues. I'm 6'6 and that was only the most minor issue
Other Thoughts: I bought this for myself and whenever I try to use it I get a line of people waiting to use it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft XBOX 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter
Pros: Its a great product that still keeps working and I just love the range that it has and the speed at which it works. I bought the new Xbox 360 slim, but I still use this for the olf phat pne in the living room and it's great for that purose of having it for a netflix machine type of situation that you need the speed to download movies at a greater speed.
Cons: It's a little delicate looking, but were not playing football with it so that's fine just nit-picking.
Other Thoughts: No need to buy anything else.READ FULL REVIEW