Still hanging on to OpenOffice or that old copy of Word you lost the CD for? Well, here's your chance to upgrade to the latest version of Microsoft Office without spending an arm and a leg. Now that the back-to-school season is in full swing, Microsoft is offering the Home and Student edition of Office 2007 at a discount for $100 instead of $141. Not a bad price, especially since that license lets you install Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote on up to three systems.
Hold on, though; you can get an even sweeter deal. Newegg offers the same package for just $69.95 with free shipping, and you can slash off an extra $10 by entering the promo code "EMCLWNL22" on the checkout page. $59.95 instead of $141—now we're talking. (Thanks to LogicBuy for the tip.)
In other juicy discount news, Newegg is offering Antec's new 550W TruePower TP-550, which has 80 Plus Bronze certification and modular cabling, for $80 shipped instead of $120. Here, too, you can take off an additional $10 by entering a coupon code ("PSU8171" minus the quotation marks) on the checkout page. $70 sounds just fine to us for a 550W unit that's supposed to reach 85% efficiency at a 50% load.
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