However, we will not be waiting for some major details, since they have already posted Office 2010 version prices on their blog. Office Home & Student will be $149, Home & Business will be $279, Office Professional will be $499, and Office Professional Academic will be $99.
Now are you looking for discounts? All versions will have discounted prices except the Professional Academic all with a product key card. Office Home and Student will be available in a family pack, which will work for up to 3 PCs in one house. Purchase rights for Home and Business, Professional, and Professional Academic only extend to two PCs. Giving the biggest discount is for Office Professional which drops from $499 to $349.
I’ll be keeping you posted for the latest gadgets and technologies rounding up CES 2010 just stay tuned.