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Windows 7 Home Premium E Upgrade (Needs Clean Install) - £44.99 Delivered - eBuyer

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Windows 7 Home Premium E Upgrade Available for pre-order. Comes without Internet Explorer. While marketed as an upgrade, you will need to perform a clean install! Use "Super Saver" deliver… Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
Windows 7 Home Premium E Upgrade

Available for pre-order.

Comes without Internet Explorer.

While marketed as an upgrade, you will need to perform a clean install!

Use "Super Saver" delivery for free delivery.

7 Professional E also available.
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banned#1
This is RRP
#2
vibeone
This is RRP
RRP is £49.99, show me where it's cheaper than this delivered and i'll gladly cancel my order.

Either way it's out of stock already - they had 160 at 12:10, all gone now... :(
#3
Are these upgrades or retail, thought we were only getting retail here which makes this more valuable
banned#4
Jakg
RRP is £49.99, show me where it's cheaper than this delivered and i'll gladly cancel my order.

Either way it's out of stock already - they had 160 at 12:10, all gone now... :(


They didn't have any - its not even RTM'd yet, let along in the retail channels!

There is no RRP as far as I'm aware - so we are both wrong :)

Its also a pre-order and the price is not fixed.
#5
elflembo
Are these upgrades or retail, thought we were only getting retail here which makes this more valuable

This is marketed as the upgrade (only the upgrade is available for pre-order in the UK), however you have to do a clean install so it's effectively the full version.
#6
vibeone
They didn't have any - its not even RTM'd yet, let along in the retail channels!

There is no RRP as far as I'm aware - so we are both wrong :)

Its also a pre-order and the price is not fixed.


RRP is listed on the left here - http://www.microsoft.com/uk/windows/buy/offers/pre-order.aspx

EDIT - Play is up at £50 for this - http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/11047872/Microsoft-Windows-7-Home-Premium-E-Retail/Product.html
banned#7

fair enough - but like I said, this is a pre order, and the price is not neccesarily fixed, unless im missing some ebuyer terms.

regardless, i guarantee they did not have 160 in stock, nor even 1!
#8
curses - tried to order but didn't know my password... had ran out.
pre-ordered on play.com just in case... easy to cancel if i get it cheaper elsewhere, and once the microsoft store fixes itself :)
#9
Out of stock now..please expire the deal..
#10
vibeone
fair enough - but like I said, this is a pre order, and the price is not neccesarily fixed, unless im missing some ebuyer terms.

regardless, i guarantee they did not have 160 in stock, nor even 1!

True - but they've probably bought 160 and so they are pre-allocated.
banned#11
Jakg
True - but they've probably bought 160 and so they are pre-allocated.

As far as I know (and this is going back nearly a year now since I knew people who worked there) thats not how ebuyer's systems operates.

good luck regardless, but im afraid I dont see this as a deal (I didnt expire tho, just voted cold)
#12
Not sure why anyone would want to buy it yet anyway. Use the free trial version till it runs out and by then W7 SP1 should be ready.
#13
Shengis
Not sure why anyone would want to buy it yet anyway. Use the free trial version till it runs out and by then W7 SP1 should be ready.


yeah but surely it will be back up to daft prices again by then, this is what it should cost all the time not just a quick grab it in numbers now before we hike it up x4 type promotion
#14
casparwhite
yeah but surely it will be back up to daft prices again by then, this is what it should cost all the time not just a quick grab it in numbers now before we hike it up x4 type promotion


I'm not so sure about that. With the trouble MS are having in the EU at the moment i'm thinking they'll keep the price below previous versions and lets be honest, theres going to be more than a few pee'd off Vista users due to the short release time :lol: All change since Bill 'retired' methinks.
#15
im tempted just because ive got a laptop capable of running 64 and fancy trying it out, but just thinking its a bit of a waste of cash tbh just buying it for the sake of it
#16
Download the trial then :thumbsup:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/download.aspx

I'm the same. I want to try it but can't really be arsed.
#17
yeah but i imagine even with the trial ill have to muck about backing everything up and crap......if i gotta do clean install its too much hassle atm coz ive got everything set up as i like it
#18
Staples

http://www.staples.co.uk/ENG/Catalog/cat_sku.asp?CatIds=,&webid=401704&affixedcode=WW

£43.46

Edit: That's crap: Forgot to add VAT.

I'll just go back to sleep. OK?
#19
casparwhite
im tempted just because ive got a laptop capable of running 64 and fancy trying it out, but just thinking its a bit of a waste of cash tbh just buying it for the sake of it


Only makes sense if you got more than 3-4Gb RAM

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