Microsoft Office is still the standard for office software – both on Mac and Windows. Those who shy away from subscribing to Microsoft 365 would prefer to use the new Office 2021. This is currently available with a huge discount as part of today’s Cyber Monday.
Microsoft Office 2021 price drop for Mac and PC
Actually this is new Microsoft Office 2021 only a few weeks old and costs, for example, in the Home-and-student version just under 150 euros. But even beyond the RRP, well over 100 euros are due in the market. Not so currently on Amazon. The merchant requests as part of Cyber Monday currently only 89.99 euros (view on Amazon) – Makes a 40 percent discount on the official Microsoft price. This means that the version already has a decent price drop shortly after it went on sale.
Optionally, buyers can use the Activation code in a box or by email obtain. The former is ideal as a gift, but if you don’t want to waste time, you can simply send the license directly electronically.
Important to know: There are those in the package current versions of Word, Excel and Power Point each for Mac and PC (Windows). These are the desktop versions of the respective apps, intended for a single private user or student. In contrast to Microsoft 365, however, there is no need to take out a subscription. The same applies as it used to be: Pay once, install and use.
However, the program versions for tablets and smartphones, as well as the OneDrive cloud storage, are no longer required. So if you are looking for a classic office package, you will be happy with Microsoft Office 2021 Home and Student.
There are a few other things about Microsoft 365 (seen in the video), but costs money annually:
What is Microsoft Office 2021 actually good for?
At least 11 reviews can currently be found on Amazon. They make a Overall rating of 4 stars with a maximum of 5 possible stars. First and foremost, various “starting difficulties” are criticized. Not uncommon for such fresh software. But nothing that the manufacturer could not fix with future updates. Still important for Mac users: Apple’s own processors (M1 and up) are of course supported.