It's a good time to be a tech-lover. With the Kinect 2.0 launching with the Xbox One this fall and the Ouya releasing last month, there  are plenty of new gadgets to go around. The Leap Motion attempts to make a mark in the industry as a relatively inexpensive device that precisely tracks the positions of your fingers in front of your computer. The official site lets users download both paid and free apps, including Double Fine's music-arcade game Dropchord. We hooked up the device and downloaded several of the free apps available to give viewers an idea of what to expect.

Watch the video below to see Game Informer's Ben Reeves and Kyle Hilliard put this new motion-tracking input device through its paces.