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Intel Update for SuperCard Coming

Intel Update for SuperCard Coming

by , 7:55 AM EST, January 26th, 2006

Solutions Etcetera announced plans to introduce a Universal Binary version of SuperCard some time in the second quarter of 2006 on Wednesday. The company also stated that the current version seems to be working fine in the Rosetta, the PowerPC emulation mode on Intel-based Macs. SuperCard owners that purchased their license on or after january 25 will receive the upgrade for free. SuperCard 4.5 owners can upgrade for US$49 (Standard Edition), or $99 (Developer Edition); prior versions are $129 (Standard Edition), and $179 (Developer Edition). SuperCard 4.5 is priced at $179 (Standard), and $279 (Developer).

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