People are still unclear as to what exactly the Xbox 720 will be featuring, but some future possibilities certainly point to Kinect and laptops.
According to a report from The Verge on Tuesday, some new visions were unveiled by Microsoft that could point to where Craig Mundie, senior advisor to the CEO, and company are thinking about taking Kinect.
Mundie talked about the goals they have and whether or not people will be seeing Kinect integration with computers and other devices anytime soon.
"You want to be as cheap as possible and physically as small as possible.
"My dream is to get a Kinect into the bezel of something like this [Surface tablet]. It's not gonna happen tomorrow, but we can see a path towards that sort of thing," Mundie said.
Microsoft did not say if the integrated Kinect is the 2.0 version or not, but things certainly look convincingly better.
Mundie did say the device does not work in daylight and there are certain problems they still need to fix.
"It turns out it's infrared so when you go out in the sunlight the sun is a big infrared source that drowns it out.
"There's a whole bunch of problems, not just miniaturization, in designing the sensors so they actually do what you expect them to do in all of the environments," Mundie said.