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    Microsoft added the Kinect motion capture and voice sensor into every Xbox One console when it first launched in November 2014. Less than six months later, the company decided to offer the console without the Kinect sensor, making it an optional add-on device. Now, Mike Nichols, the head of marketing for Microsoft's Xbox division, says that the "vast majority" of Xbox One owners who also have the Kinect sensor are still using it on a daily basis.

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