Microsoft also made the official introduction of new Windows Phones from Nokia (Lumia 710, Lumia 800, and Lumia 900) in the U.S. and the new HTC Titan II. This being the year for ultrabooks, Microsoft showed new ultra-light, ultra-thin Windows PCs that are coming in 2012 from different partners.  There wasn’t any hints for a new X box coming out any time soon at CES 2012, but the company did say that the console will feature new broadcast content from different TV networks in the U.S. The software maker also announced the Kinect for Windows that will become available on February 1st at $249.99. And for anyone who has been using Windows 8 Developer Preview, they should also get ready for Windows 8 Beta, because now the next milestone is officially scheduled to be released in late February and it is going to be available for everyone to download and test. Oh, yeah! Don’t forget to watch Microsoft at CES — Exclusive Pogo Remix that features highlights the best moments of Microsoft (Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer) from the past 15 years at CES.

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