Development of Consumer Electronics Devices with Windows XP Embedded

Microsoft is offering a webinar for people who are interested in developing consumer electronic devices based on PC technology. During the 60-minute live online presentation, attendess will learn that XP Embedded has and can be used in a variety of consumer electronic solutions because of key embedded enabling feature and core OS functionality. The webinar will take place Thursday, February 21, 2008, 1:00-2:00 PM PST.

Windows XP Embedded is being used in a variety of applications from gaming machines to test equipment to industrial controls. Having support for a variety of hardware and support for multimedia software make Windows XP embedded an ideal platform for set-top boxes, car PC, and home entertainment systems. The webinar looks at the features and implementation for using XP Embedded in consumer electronics. Technical decision makers and developers will hear from Microsoft system engineers and Microsoft Embedded Experts online via live meeting.

Microsoft will also hold a drawing for a new ZUNE Digital Media Player at the end of webcast. The Zune digital media player features wireless sync, extended wireless sharing, new innovative touch controls, a built-in FM tuner, and recorded television content to go.

More info: Windows XP Embedded Webinar