"right time" says top boss Steve Ballmer. Already rivals are lining their own hardware up.
They want to take Xbox 360 "beyond gaming" and have it annex "socialisation, movies, TV and music." They want it "successful for everybody", not just gamers.
ASUS has announced they've got a Kinect-like device on the way for PC - "in a formal way in the right time", said Ballmer.- but Mircrosoft confirm they'll be making the jump to desktops too, that Kinect will support the PC
"We're trying to move beyond gaming to include the world of socialisation, movies, TV and music. And we're trying to make the whole experience successful for everybody in the family, not just the traditional gamer," the Microsoft big cheese said on Xbox 360.
Ballmer added that "when we have an announcement to make, we'll make it." Microsoft have admitted at how amazed they are people have been developing software for Kinect for PC without any official support - doing so all on their own.