Office is a mainstay of Microsoft's revenue stream, so a copy of the suite for $109 is pretty good value. That's what eStore is offering it for; while there are plenty of places that undercut Microsoft's stated $209 RRP, none that I could find did it quite this cheaply. A few catches; it's the Home & Student version (Word/Excel/Powerpoint/OneNote, in essence), and it's just a download licence; you'll have to sort out the data to actually get it onto your PC. [eStore]
Lunchtime Deal: Microsoft Office Home And Student 2010... $109
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