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Microsoft entered the gaming market in 2001 to compete with Sony's PlayStation and Nintendo's GameCube. Including an 8GB hard drive, ethernet port, four controller ports, DVD playback, and using software developed from their Windows 2000 system Microsoft was aiming for a more sophisticated audience. Microsoft also introduced their Xbox Live service allowing gamers, for a monthly fee, to play games online using a broadband connection. Another feature of the Xbox allowed gamers to play their music cds during gameplay or save it to their hard drive for playback later. The system included the console, controller, AV Composite Cables and AC Power Cord.