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Office 2010 Pricing Is Official

Microsoft released pricing details for Office 2010 this week, as the desktop productivity suite grinds closer to its expected June release. The headline numbers for the four editions:

  • Office Home and Student will cost $149.
  • Office Home and Business will be $279.
  • Office Professional will cost $499.
  • Office Professional Academic will be $99.

Interestingly, Microsoft also will offer a stripped-down Starter Edition preloaded on new PCs. Users can then upgrade to full product editions by buying product key cards from various retail outlets. Get the details here.

Posted by Scott Bekker on January 06, 2010 at 11:58 AM


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