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    Intel has announced that developer kits for its upcoming improved RealSense camera, the SR300, will be moving up to $129 starting April 1. Currently, those interested in developing applications for the RealSense platform can get their hands on the dev kits for just $99. Intel says that all sales made before April 1 will be honored at the current sub-$100 price point.

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    03-18-2016 06:20 PM

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