20/01/2012 17:28 | By Matt Farrington-Smith, editor, Tech & Gadgets
Microsoft says goodbye to CES: A history in pictures

Microsoft bid farewell to CES

Microsoft wave farewell to CES. Image AP Photo, Jae C. Hong (© Image AP Photo, Jae C. Hong)
  • Microsoft wave farewell to CES. Image AP Photo, Jae C. Hong (© Image AP Photo, Jae C. Hong)
  • 2001 - Microsoft unveils the Xbox. Image AP Photo, Laura Rauch (© AP Photo, Laura Rauch)
  • Freestyle, Mira and Ultimate TV. Image Microsoft (© Microsoft)
  • 2003 - "Smart" Living. Image Microsoft (© Microsoft)
  • 2004 - Bill Gates and Jay Leno (© Microsoft)
  • 2005 - Windows Media Center (© Microsoft)
  • 2006 - Riding on the crest of Xbox 360 (© Microsoft)
  • 2007 - Windows Vista (© AP Photo, Damian Dovarganes)
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Microsoft bid a fond farewell

Microsoft have been regular visitors to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES for short) in Las Vegas for nearly 20 years. And as the dust settles around 2012's extravaganza, Microsoft leave the stage for the last time. CES 2012 marked the last keynote for the tech giant after a varied but illustrious history at the event.

We look back at some classic moments from 2001-2011; a decade that saw former CEO Bill Gates give up his mantle and the launch of many a game-changing product.

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