Windows Embedded Standard 7 launches on April 27th at ESC

Microsoft will be launching Windows Embedded Standard 7 at the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in Silicon Valley on April 27th,” the Redmond company revealed in email invitations sent out to the testers who helped build the latest version of Windows Embedded. “There will be many people from the Windows Embedded development and marketing teams on […]

Microsoft will be launching Windows Embedded Standard 7 at the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in Silicon Valley on April 27th,” the Redmond company revealed in email invitations sent out to the testers who helped build the latest version of Windows Embedded. “There will be many people from the Windows Embedded development and marketing teams on hand at this conference, and if you are planning on attending we would love to talk with you! Make sure to attend the Industry Address: Building Windows 7 Powered Devices on Tuesday, April 27th at 10:30am given by Kevin Dallas.” “Please join Kevin Dallas, for Windows Embedded at Microsoft, for the launch of Windows Embedded Standard 7 where he will detail how you can build rich user experiences on Windows 7 based devices. In addition, Dallas will be demonstrating a number of new and compelling consumer and enterprise devices built on latest Windows Embedded platforms and outline a refreshed product roadmap designed to provide the latest Microsoft technologies for the embedded market. Attendees to Windows Embedded Industry Address will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a custom home theater media center device based on Windows Embedded Standard 7,” Microsoft said in the email.

Note: Will add email pics later, internet is creating trouble here.