|Aug 14, 2003, 04:51 AM||#1|
Apple.com now promoting the new Microsoft Office suites.
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|Aug 14, 2003, 11:21 AM||#3|
500 dollars for VPC and office? that's a good deal i think. how much is VPC alone? and just office is 380 bucks, so that means VPC in this situation is $120?
how much was VPC previously?
|Aug 14, 2003, 11:43 AM||#4|
But think of it this way... If office is costing you $380, you're getting VPC and a Windows XP license for $120.
Now if only they released an Entourage sync for PocketPC devices... live would be grand. Not that I have one... but I'd consider getting one if I could sync it NATIVELY.
iPod Nano 4 GB (RED)
|Aug 15, 2003, 11:13 AM||#6|
I paid $250 for VPC w/WinXPabout 8 months ago, but that was a student discount price. I got Office X for $30 through a special arrangement between M$ and my school. Gotta love being a student. I got Macromedia Studio MX for $199 through the school as well.
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