Windows XP Hardware and Software Special Offers

This information is updated daily with the latest discounts, giveaways, and other offers on computer hardware and devices that compliment Windows XP Professional for both software and hardware offers.. (Offers available to U.S. and Canadian customers only.)

Listed below are just a selection of offers, please visit the Windows XP Offers site for links and additional offers.

Dell - Shop select Dell™ systems for savings up to $300. Order online today! Small business only. Offer good through 10/25/01.

Agere Systems - Special offer on ORiNOCO Wireless LAN kits. Wirelessly share one Internet connection in your home or office or create a WLAN for your small business. All in one box.

Sony Electronics eSolutions - Receive up to $250 in mail-in rebates when you purchase any VAIO® PC and any Digital Handycam® Camcorder, Cyber-shot® Digital Camera, VAIO® Display or other eligible product.

Kingston Technology - Get 256 MB of free Kingston ValueRAM with purchase of Windows XP Professional and McAfee Internet Security.

Executive Software - Increase performance on your Windows XP system with Diskeeper automatic disk defragmenter. It's 'set it and forget it' easy. See for yourself - download a free 30-day evaluation copy now.

Micrografx - Receive 10% off the retail price of Micrografx Picture Publisher 10 Professional! Expand on the digital imaging features within Microsoft Windows XP with Picture Publisher -- your complete digital darkroom.

Corel - CorelDRAW® ESSENTIALS delivers graphics, page layout, photo editing, and painting tools to help you create for print and the Web.

The Learning Company - Get creative! Packed with powerful, easy-to-use features and a huge creative library, you provide the inspiration and The Print Shop® 12 will do the rest - now just $19.

News source: Windows XP Offers for both Home and Professional.

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