Windows 11 Retail Packaging Surfaces So Many Months After Launch
Windows 11 launched in 2021, but as it turns out, it took nearly one year for the world to discover the official retail packaging of Microsoft’s latest operating system.
As reported by OnMST, Luke Blevins on Twitter shared photos of the official retail packaging after discovering them on Best Buy, as the store apparently sells flash drives for both the Home and the Pro versions of the operating system.
Of course, it’s still much more convenient to get Windows 11 as a digital upgrade, but the retail packaging still comes in handy on those systems that don’t have Internet access.
The Home version can be had for $139 at Best Buy, while the Pro sibling costs $200. In other words, Windows 11 is just as expensive as Windows 10, but we knew that already, so it appears that Microsoft hasn’t changed the pricing for the re… (read more)
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