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Friday February 29, 2008 8:25 pm

Microsoft drops prices on Windows Vista line


Windows Vista price dropSo, has been around now for a good thirteen months, and in that time, it has seen much criticism. If you’ve been on the fence about switching or upgrading to Vista, we are sure that is hoping that their upcoming price drop will be enough to get you to make the move. The new pricing details will be as follows:

  • Windows Vista Ultimate: $320, down from $400
  • WIndows Vista Ultimate Upgrade: $220, down from $260
  • Windows Vista Home Premium: $130, down from $160

The price drops are expected to coincide with the shipment of the first major update to Vista, Service Pack 1.


Read More | Reuters

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