Microsoft keynote at CES Live Stream

Microsoft is currently hosting a keynote event at CES 2011. The live stream is embedded below;

 

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jasonon said,
sorry ms, but that was a disapointing keynote

You're kidding, right? It was a GREAT keynote.

TDT said,

You're kidding, right? It was a GREAT keynote.

Well, they didn't really show anything that wasn't already known ahead of time or at least revealed earlier today, I think with the exception of what exactly "Avatar Kinect" was. Like usual Microsoft keynotes they spent lots and lots of time playing rehash videos. The most interesting thing was Windows 8 and the ARM chips but they basically just did a quick demo (the same as earlier today) and then that was it.

TDT said,

You're kidding, right? It was a GREAT keynote.

Sorry, I have to agree: it was disappointing. Where was the tablet news? Microsoft's strategy for tablets still isn't clear, and this just compounded the issue. Almost everything else was minor, at best, and the "big" announcement of Windows on ARM has been known for a while now.

Stetson said,
basically just did a quick demo (the same as earlier today) and then that was it.

You can't expect Microsoft to demo Windows.next this early can you?

I enjoyed this. Very nice devices there, and this SoC thing is quite impressive. A little disappointed about the lack of Win 8 info, but it was to be expected. Well done MS!

Windows on ARM is pretty cool, I think that this has a lot of potential in slate and netbook type computers, but I wonder how they're going to deal with customer expectations.

They need to clearly differntiate this in some way from Intel Windows, at least for a while, because while there will probably be plenty of software available it will be incompatible with many apps. It seems like right now all they're doing is talking up how it's "real windows," but that could lead to customer confusion.

The first ARM systems seemed a bit sluggish, but for running a full operating system on such a small processor, it's quite impressive.

I just have to say it: Ballmer is an horrible spokesperson. He seems a nice guy, but he really isn't good on stage. AANNNDDDD.................................................flexibility

warwagon said,
loved the crickets after the wm7 video

That woman scares me.

man that woman is obnoxious. God I hate her. please stop talking. Please.