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    It's finally here! The Delphi user community has been waiting for a long time for the return of a slimmer edition of the infamous tool and now finally it's here. Have you been dying to try Delphi XE, but don't have thousands of dollars to play with?

    Then Delphi XE Starter Edition is for you!

    It costs only $199 US Dollars from Embarcadero's online store. ($198.45 CAD, $199 EUR, $259 AUD and 142) This great new offer is much more affordable than the Professional and Architect editions.

    Here is some of what the new product description says on the company's website...

    Quote Originally Posted by Embarcadero Website
    Getting started on realizing your product vision or getting your startup off the ground can be difficult without seed capital or sales revenue. Outfitting developers with professional level tools can be cost prohibitive before you have product to sell. So the Delphi Starter Edition is both designed and priced to allow individuals and startups to bootstrap their vision until related revenues reach $1,000 at which point a specially priced Professional Edition license can be purchased.

    So, if youre an individual you may use Starter Edition to create apps for your own use and apps that you can sell until your revenues reach $1,000 per year. If youre a small company or organization without revenue (or up to $1,000 per year in revenue), you can also use the Starter Edition. Once your company's total revenue reaches US $1,000, or your team expands to more than 5 developers, you can move up to an unrestricted commercial license with a specially priced Professional edition license.
    Read more about Embarcadero's latest low cost edition of Delphi at www.embarcadero.com!

    Introduction to Delphi Starter Edition Video

    Happy developing!
    Comments 41 Comments
    1. Jonax's Avatar
      Jonax -
      Seems like a fair offer to me. Though I suggest a $ 99 pricing would make the deal more attractive. Guess the customers always want better products cheaper