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Microsoft isn't talking about pricing yet, but it did send us a preview of Office 2013 on an Intel-based Samsung Series 7 tablet running Microsoft Windows 8 Release Preview, which we used for this review (this is not Office for Windows RT). When we installed Office 2013, it dumped 10 tiles on the Metro start screen: Word, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access, Lync, InfoPath Designer, and InfoPath Filler.
During the setup process, Office 2013 asks you to sign into your Windows Live ID. This allows you to save documents to SkyDrive, which means you can access your documents from a variety of your Internet-connected devices. And from the Account screen of the applications, you can add other Connected Services in addition to SkyDrive, such as Flickr, YouTube, and LinkedIn.