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December 28, 2005
This session provides an overview of the Media Center Extender feature that is included in every Microsoft Xbox 360. With an Xbox 360, a computer that is running Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005, and a network, you can extend the Media Center experience – in high definition, including all your TV, pictures, music and videos – to any room in your house. This WebCast will cover computer and network requirements, setup, and the features, end user benefits, and limitations of using Xbox 360 as a Media Center Extender.
This is a Level 100 session presented by Chris Turkstra.
Chris Turkstra is a Lead Program Manager at Microsoft Corporation. His team is responsible for defining and delivering the integration between Windows Media Center Edition PCs and Xbox 360 as well as developing future Xbox 360 entertainment scenarios. Prior to shifting his focus to consumer scenarios, Chris has developed innovative technology solutions for many fortune 500 clients in industries including retail, consumer electronics, services, manufacturing and health care. He has co-authored several expert level technology books and has presented technologies at various industry events and forums.
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