After revealing plans to bring the Xbox One Kinect to Windows last year, starting today Microsoft has opened up pre-orders for the device, though in limited quantity.
The Kinect for Windows v2 is priced at $199 and will start shipping in July. Compared to its predecessor, the new sensor includes the ability to pick up an expanded depth of field, increased skeletal tracking, and 1080p video capture--essentially what's currently available in the Xbox One version.
If this sounds like your kind of tech, you can head over to the official pre-order page
for more info. For those wanting access to the SDK and not the actual Kinect, Microsoft has noted that a public beta will begin sometime in July 2014 so sit tight for more info soon.