Tomsenn Kinect Sensor TV Mount Clip for Xbox One
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- Optimized solution for clip mounting the Xbox One Kinect Sensor
- Optimal for flat panel HDTV's
- Fast, easy installation
- No tools required
- Blocks both RGB and IR cameras
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Safely mount your device in a position so it can easily read your motions and gestures with this Xbox One Sensor Mount. It allows users to attach the unit on top of a variety of high definition televisions. This Xbox One Kinect mount includes a dust/privacy cover designed to protect the sensor
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When it arrived, I opened the box and was a little disappointed after looking it over, but decided to go ahead and see how well it'd work. The plastic isn't completely flimsy, but it's not rock solid. It is slim and low profile, which is desirable.
The kinect clicked right into place. Once in, it didn't budge and stayed firmly in. I sat the mount with kinect on top, centered it, adjusted the back mount pad, and looked it over. It worked perfectly. Wiggled the tv a bit to see if it would slide forward or fall back. Although it did not, I could see it doing so if someone bumped into the tv.
If there was something I could change, I'd include a 3M strip of hook & loop for the back. It has a foamy pad that probably won't slide, but hook & loop would make it not slide at all. I just may purchase a few strips for similar situations, and add it to my setup. Just my opinion.
This TV Mount Clip does exactly what I need. It was easy to unfold, and while it didn't look like it would work, just hooking the flat front rim on the top front of my TV caused the back arm to find the right angle to hold itself up. The Kinect snaps onto the base by squeezing the buttons you see on the sides of the Mount Clip, and you're done.
I liked the way this works, and would definitely recommend it to anyone looking to top-mount the Kinect for their Xbox One.