The Web Standard version includes Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks, Contribute, Bridge, Device Central, and Version Cue for £705. Web Premium adds Photoshop Extended, Illustrator, Acrobat 9 Pro, and Soundbooth for £1,195.

The Production Premium edition includes After Effects, Premiere Pro, Soundbooth, OnLocation, Encore, Photoshop Extended, Illustrator, Flash, Bridge, and Device Central for £1,409. The Master Collection includes all of the applications, and costs £1,969.

All prices exclude VAT.

We took an extensive look at beta versions of all of the applications, looking at them running on an Apple Mac Pro with two quad-core Xeon 5450 processors, 4GB RAM and Mac OS X 10.5; and a Dell Precision T7400 with two quad-core Xeon X5472 chips, 4GB RAM and Windows XP Professional.

All of the tools run under Mac OS X 10.4/5 and Windows XP/Vista. The Mac versions of Premiere Pro, Encore, Soundbooth, and OnLocation require a Mac Pro or MacBook Pro (as the applications run only on Intel processors).

All versions are expected to ship later this month.

Click here to read our beta preview of Photoshop CS4.
Click here to read our beta preview of Illustrator CS4.
Click here to read our beta preview of InDesign CS4.
Click here to read our beta preview of After Effects CS4.
Click here to read our beta preview of Premiere Pro CS4, including OnLocation, Encore and Soundbooth.
Click here to read our beta preview of Flash CS4.
Click here to read our beta preview of Dreamweaver CS4.
Click here to read our beta preview of Fireworks CS4.