Dell Store starts selling Microsoft softwars

Dell has become the first non-Microsoft company allowed to sell downloadable Microsoft products at its Dell Download Store. The agreement gives Dell the right to sell Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Expression Web and similar Microsoft programs directly to online customers. A search for Microsoft Office Professional 2007 found Dell offering the software for $448, while Staples […]

Dell has become the first non-Microsoft company allowed to sell downloadable Microsoft products at its Dell Download Store. The agreement gives Dell the right to sell Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Expression Web and similar Microsoft programs directly to online customers. A search for Microsoft Office Professional 2007 found Dell offering the software for $448, while Staples and Best Buy were selling it for full retail at $499. Microsoft also sells its own products online at full retail price.

Source:→ CNet

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