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X-Box Launch Photos

GDC Launch

Associated Press Photo

Microsoft Corp. chairman Bill Gates talks at the Games Developers Conference 2000 in San Jose, Calif., Friday, March 10, 2000. Microsoft is setting up a battle of the gaming giants as it takes the wraps off an entertainment console code-named "X-Box" in a bid for a larger chunk of the $11 billion video gaming industry. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

 

Associated Press Photo

Microsoft Corp. chairman Bill Gates gestures at the Games Developers Conference 2000 in San Jose, Calif., Friday, March 10, 2000. Microsoft is setting up a battle of the gaming giants as it takes the wraps off an entertainment console code-named "X-Box" in a bid for a larger chunk of the $11 billion video gaming industry. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

 

Japanese Launch

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Associated Press Photo

Microsoft Corp. demonstrator Brett Schneph explains about "X-box," a Microsoft's computer game console based on the Windows operating system during a press conference at a Tokyo hotel Friday morning, March 10, 2000. The system, that includes access to the Internet for multiplayer gaming, was unveiled in Tokyo ahead of a planned announcement in the United States in a threat to Sony's popular PlayStation2. (AP Photo/Atsushi Tsukada)

 

Associated Press Photo

Microsoft Corp. Hardware Division Vice President Rick Thompson, center, speaks during a press conference to launch "X-box," a Microsoft's computer game console based on the Windows operating system that includes access to the Internet for multiplayer gaming, during a press unveiling at a Tokyo hotel Friday morning, March 10, 2000. In a threat to Sony's popular PlayStation2, the system was unveiled in Tokyo ahead of a planned announcement in the United States. Accompanying Thompson are Shin'ichi Ata, managing director of Microsoft Co., Ltd. of Japan, left, and "X-box" demonstrator Brett Schneph. (AP Photo/Atsushi Tsukada)


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