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LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2011 -- At the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week, Microsoft demonstrated experiences that encompass all of your devices, regardless of screen size, whether at home or on the go.
Advances in software, new form factors and emerging connectivity technologies are the start of an important transformation in the consumer electronics industry -- enabling people to connect and share whenever and wherever. Innovations from Microsoft and its hardware partners are enabling these connected experiences with the PC at the center, delivering a consistent Windows experience across all your devices so they work together seamlessly, taking into account your personal preferences.
The slideshow below offers a sampling of the advances on Windows-based PCs empowering people to do new and interesting things that change the way we live.
And the following video provides a guided tour of the Microsoft booth and some of the latest Windows phones, Windows PCs and more.
For even more details and a first look at more of the devices announced at CES, Ben the PC Guy is posting several short videos over on the Windows Experience Blog.
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2011 CES Newsroom