Bargain on Windows® 7 hardware
Microsoft has extended hardware discount which is now being offered to Windows 7 launch party hosts to the general public. The discount is available to the PC users on Microsoft mice, keyboards, webcams, and other peripherals.
The software giant states that these offers are available to people who didn't even host a party so everyone has the opportunity to take advantage of these deals. Through Buy.com, Microsoft is offering $30 off its Explorer Mini Mouse and $45 off the price of the Wireless Laser Desktop 6000. And to deliver 37% instant saving on the Lifecam Cinema, which shoots 720p High Definition videos, Microsoft has teamed up with Amazon.
You can avail other deals also, such as Device Stage is endorsed by most of the products that lets the user to manage peripherals from the desktop and obtain information easily. Microsoft mice and keyboards also endorse Windows Flip which allows the users to obtain a thumbnail preview of all open windows.
The company also states that Windows 7 is now broadly available to the public, and to celebrate this launch Microsoft Hardware is offering deals on some of its innovative products that help make everyday tasks faster with the new operating system.
The full edition of Windows 7 Professional costs $299, but upgrades are going for $199. Windows 7 Ultimate is priced at $319, with the upgrade edition at $219. The full edition of Windows 7 Home Premium costs $199, with an upgrade from Vista or XP which is priced at $119.
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