Date: Wednesday, September 26th, 2001, 00:37
From Job’s keynote at Seybold, the words we’ve been waiting to hear: Mac OS X version 10.1, which delivers enhanced performance, a refined Aqua user interface and support for digital media and devices including DVDs, MP3 CDs, MP3 players, printers, digital cameras and DV camcorders, goes on sale Saturday, Sep 29, for a suggested retail price of $129 (US).
10.1 won’t be here until Saturday, but Microsoft already has a free “test drive” version of Word for X available for download immediately. You’ll need 10.1 to use it. Microsoft announced this week that Office X will be available in November. Apple has put together an especially beautiful Office X page with info and pricing.
Stay glued to Go2Mac for daily updates through the weekend! E-mail me with tips on X or special in-store events.
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- HandBrake updated to 0.9.9