Solectron Announces Agreement with Microsoft
- The Xbox Cometh. Hanson, Kurt // J@pan Inc.;Apr2002, Issue 30, p8
Discusses the introduction of the video game console Xbox from Microsoft Corp. in Japan on February 22, 2002. Possibility of a competition with PlayStation 2 of Sony; Reaction of video game players on the console; Description of sales.
- Toy of the week. // PC Week;11/04/96, Vol. 13 Issue 44, p145
Reports on the SpaceOrb 360. The hand-held device being a game controller from Spacetec; Features; Contact point; Price.
- ZIP DRIVE. // Motor;Apr2001, p134
Features the Playstation 2 compatible Gamester steering wheels in Australia. Comments on the computer peripherals; Applications of the wheels; Remarks on the equipment.
- It's only a game but it will end in tears. Ross, Jason // Brand Strategy;Nov2001, Issue 153, p14
Describes the competition between game consoles from Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo. Edge of the Sony PlayStation2 on other game consoles; Details on the Microsoft Xbox; Capability of the Nintendo GameCube to deliver the world's most popular game titles.
- the cutting edge Where A/V Meets PC. Newman, Gene; Ranada, David; Antonoff, Michael // Sound & Vision;May2002, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p62
Evaluates the XBox video game console from Microsoft. Description of the XBox's graphical interface; Complaints regarding the controllers; Details of the video tests conducted for the game console. INSETS: tech notes;Beyond Gaming.
- 'Tis video-game season. Goodale, Gloria // Christian Science Monitor;11/9/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 243, p19
Focuses on video games and video game consoles which will be available for the holiday season of 2001, including the Microsoft X-Box.
- Clash of the consoles. Terrell, Kenneth // U.S. News & World Report;11/19/2001, Vol. 131 Issue 21, p58
Reports on the outlook for the video game console industry, in light of the release of the Microsoft Xbox and the Nintendo GameCube. Comparison of the consoles to the Sony PlayStation 2; Cost and features of the consoles; Games for the consoles.
- duck and tuck. Antonoff, Michael // Sound & Vision;Dec2001, Vol. 66 Issue 10, p136
Compares several video game systems when connected to home surround sound systems. GameCube from Nintendo; PlayStation 2 from Sony; Xbox from Microsoft Corp.
- PlayStation2 promises enhanced capabilities. Doyle, B.G. // Caribbean Business;12/16/1999, Vol. 27 Issue 49, p50
Features the Sony PlayStation2 video game equipment. Product benefits; Installation requirements; Launch date in Puerto Rico.