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Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Microsoft Unveils New Packaging for Vista, Office


Microsoft has unveiled the packaging for Windows Vista and Office 2007.

The compact packaging is made out of plastic and is designed for long-term protection and storage of the software.
Windows Vista is expected to be released to consumers in January 2007 while Office 2007 is expected to hit store shelves sometime after.





Pricing for four consumer releases of Windows Vista and Office 2007 is as follows:

Windows Vista Home Basic, $199
Windows Vista Home Premium, $239
Windows Vista Business, $299
Windows Vista Ultimate, $399

Office 2007:

Microsoft Office Professional 2007 $499
Microsoft Office Small Business 2007 $449
Microsoft Office Standard 2007 $399
Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 $149


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