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When someone wants to know what Vista Upgrade or just Vista Edition Means on a product label....it is a selling gimmick, all it does is make you think you need that particular product to use Vista, so you buy it. This is not true it is just an eye catcher, although some products with this label are considered the minimum requirments to run Windows Vista, but actually any other product with the same specs will run in Vista as well or Better.
Not sure what "Vista Edition" means but the deal for the specs is good. I bought it, but I'm still a skeptic on this whole Vista Edition thing. I guess I'll find out when I buy Vista (yeah right)