Microsoft’s wildly popular Kinect, the motion tracking peripheral that made Dance Central possible, is now headed towards Windows compatibility.  Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer dropped the news near the end of their CES keynote presentation, stating that Kinect compatibility will come to PCs sporting both Windows 7 and 8.

Interestingly, the Kinect for Windows will be sold separately at the steep price of $250 and will not come with any bundled software.  On that note, you can pre-order it here.  According to Ballmer, you can be expecting Kinect for Windows on February 1st.

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