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Tuesday, 10 March 2009 11:31

Microsoft launches "Softwear" clothing line

Written by Jon Worrel

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Yes, you read that correctly


In an attempt to shock, if not completely astonish the IT media world, Microsoft has just announced plans to enter into the clothing retail market. Dubbed "Softwear by Microsoft", the new clothing line is a collaboration project between Microsoft and thinkcommon.com in which the company intends to recreate the nostalgic days of DOS and a younger Bill Gates.

As of now, the clothing range is currently only covers t-shirts, with designs featuring anything from retro MS-DOS fonts  to Gates's famous Misdemeanor mugshot when arrested for speeding violations. Overall, the product line is intended to evoke the '80s, an influential time in the history of the personal computer.

The Softwear by Microsoft site just recently launched and can be found here

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