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Saudi marketing manager for Microsoft spills the beans

Microsoft has been working on its Project Natal technology for a while now. The tech takes the motion sensing controller a step further than other systems on the market by using a camera to see what the player is doing and turn it into movement on the screen.

We have heard rumblings that the technology could end up as part of Windows as well. Microsoft's Saudi marketing manager Syed Bilal Tariq has apparently unveiled the month the new Natal tech will be launching. He has pegged the launch month as October.

Along with revealing the launch month Tariq also revealed that the system would be launching globally at the same time. The exact date should be confirmed at E3 in June. There have been hints and rumors of a fall launch date previously, so the October time frame matches up with previous tidbits.

 





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