Well, the good news is that we now know that Microsoft has most likely already told retailers what the 48 version of Windows 7 are going to cost. The bad news is that we poor schmoes here in the public sector are going to have to wait until mid-June sometime before we find out.
That is, of course, unless TechArp got their hands on some bad information, which could always be the case when it comes to topics such as this one. But given that Windows 7 is expected by the end of the year, a little mid-year info blitz makes sense. Then again, eager consumers worried about the new OS’ suspected higher price tag across the SKU board might not want to hear that news just yet.
So whether you want to believe it or not, chances are pretty good that right around the time all the E3 dust has hopefully settled we’ll have some solid info for once about this squirrely OS.
What do you expect the prices will be, and what do you hope the prices will be?