Microsoft will be pretty busy in late January, as the company is planning to introduce several new products, such as the Surface with Windows 8 Pro, Office 2013 and Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7.
As far as the new productivity suite goes, it seems like the Redmond-based software giant plans to release it on January 29, according to a notification
posted on its website by Canadian retailer Future Shop and spotted by Neowin
While pre-orders are now available, Microsoft is yet to confirm the release date, even though some sources familiar with the matter had previously hinted that the company is indeed planning to debut Office 2013 on January 29
A preview version
of Office 2013 is still up for grabs at absolutely no cost, so click here
if you wish to register for a trial.