Parallels Desktop for Mac enhances Leopard support

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Parallels, Inc. announced a second beta release since the release of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. Among a number of bug fixes and improvements, the new beta (Build 5570) further improves Mac OS X Leopard compatibility as well as improvement on USB devices compatibility (including Blackberry).

A detailed list of improvements and fixes in Build 5570 can be found here.

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Parallels on Leopard

Parallels Desktop is a virtualisation software that allows other OSes, such as Windows and Linux, to run simultaneously under Mac OS X.

Version 3 is priced at US$79.99. Current users will be able to upgrade to the new version from any previous version for US$49.99. Currently, Parallels, Inc. is offering Christmas specials available until 27th December 2007. The specials are:
2 Copies of Parallels Desktop 3.0 for Mac for US$109.99 + free $25 iTunes Gift Card, that's a saving of $50 + $25 iTunes Gift Card; or
Parallels Desktop 3.0 for Mac (1 copy) for US$79.99, and receives a free $15 iTunes Gift Card.

For more information about Parallels Desktop 3.0 for Mac, please refer to this page.

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