Microsoft gave their keynote in what the company said would be its last major presence at the Consumer Electronics Show. All good things come and go and this is no exception. Those who looked forward to the tech giant's company are surely devastated.
MS CEO Steve Ballmer spoke in MS's keynote with Ryan Seacrest sharing the stage. One of the things he talked about was the Nokia Lumia 800 that comes out soon. This is not really that much of a big deal in this keynote since Ballmer announced the Lumia 900 in an earlier event.
The keynote also mentions the Windows 8 beta, which would be out for testing in February. Shouldn't they give customers a few years more years to enjoy Windows 7 before making a new one?
The most interesting news from the keynote by far concerns the Kinect for Windows. Originally for the Xbox 360, the motion-sensing device will be available for the PC starting February. It nice to see the Kinect come out on PC so its use can extend beyond video games but is should have come out the same time as the Xbox 360.
So what does everyone think of Microsoft's last keynote at CES? Do you think they went out with a bang?