Only 4 days left - get RAD Studio XE at the Delphi/C++Builder Price

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Just a reminder - if you don't already have Embarcadero Delphi XE or C++Builder XE you can, until June 30th, get RAD Studio XE at the Delphi or C++Builder price.  This offer applies to the Professional, Enterprise and Architect editions of RAD Studio XE.

With RAD Studio XE you get Delphi XE, C++Builder XE, RadPHP XE, and DelphiPrism XE.

Complete details are available at the RAD Studio XE offer page -

You can take advantage of this special offer using the following "Hot to Buy" links:

How does the offer work?
When you buy RAD Studio XE, any edition, new user or upgrade, between April 11, 2011 and Jun 30, 2011, you get it at a discounted price – the same price you would normally pay for just Delphi or C++Builder alone.

Should I add DB PowerStudio to my order?
If you use the Microsoft SQL Server database, you can’t beat our DB PowerStudio special bundle offer to get this valuable set of tools for database app development and SQL performance tuning. With the extra bundle savings, your total savings is 85% off the regular price of the included tools. Remember, you can only get the discounted price if you’re purchasing a RAD Studio XE, Delphi XE or C++Builder XE Professional, Enterprise or Architect edition product.

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