Leopard pre-sales off the charts?

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By: switchtoamac at: 1:30 PM on October 22, 2007 | Comments (1)

Reports circulating around the web state that several solution providers indicate that Mac OS X Leopard pre-orders are outpacing those of Tiger, the prior update to Mac OS X. Leopard sales have been indicated to more than double that of Tiger's pre-orders in early 2005. The drivers could be more distributon outlets for Leopard but are more likely the result of new features and overall dissatisfaction with Microsoft Vista.

Strong pre-sales indicate that many current Mac OS X users will be upgrading to Leopard soon after it is released this coming Friday.

Leopard a Top Seller at Amazon
Leopard continues to be the top seller at Amazon.com taking the Number 1 (single license version) and Number 2 (5-User Family Pack) slots on Amazon's Best Sellers list. Amazon.com is offering buyers free shipping and an instant $20 savings on Mac OS X Leopard single license vesion and $10 off the family pack version. The costs are subsequently $109 and $189 respectively.

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Looking forward to the Ultimate edition. :)

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