Bill Gates “Connected Experiences” Keynote at 2007 CES Webcast Video

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Bill Gates keynote speech at 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas centered around the theme of “Connected Experiences”. During the keynote address, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and Entertainment and Devices Division President Robbie Bach demonstrates, details and ushers consumers into the new digital age where PC, running on Windows Vista, and the Xbox 360 game console serving as hubs for a networked home, interconnect with all software, devices and services to deliver better experiences to users, and users will have connectivity to each other and to their data at any time, wherever they may be. The products in focus are, of course, Windows Vista, Office 2007, Xbox 360 gaming console, Xbox Live via PC, Zune media player, Windows Live Search, Microsoft TV IPTV Edition, and “Sync” in-car computing. This the 11th time Gates has spoken at CES, and Microsoft expects him to speak again next year before retiring to concentrate on philanthropy.

Here is the webcast video clips of Bill Gates keynote in CES 2007.

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Bill Gates 2007 CES Keynote video clip part 1

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Bill Gates 2007 CES Keynote webcast clip part 2

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Bill Gates 2007 CES Keynote video cast part 3

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CES 2007 – Bill Gates Keynote podcast part 6

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CES 2007 – Bill Gates Keynote video stream part 7

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CES 2007 – Bill Gates Keynote video clip part 8

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