Reviews

  • Apple's new iPad - UK review

    Like the iPad 2 before it, this new iPad is not a re-thinking of the original concept. Instead, Apple has chosen to focus on a few areas of improvement while keeping the overall package the same.

  • Kodak ESP 5250 review

    The ESP 5250 is a tried and tested model that's been with us for some time, it's is marginally faster than the C310, but the C310’s print quality is better

  • Adobe InDesign CS5.5 review

    InDesign’s upgrade has one clear focus - digital publishing. The new interactive design tools are intriguing but still out of reach for many -- and there are no new print tools.

  • QuarkXPress 9 preview

    QuarkXPress 9 aims to tap into the growing market for ebooks and app publishing but is there more to it than this?

  • Streamtime 10 review

    Bring control over your creative business with Streamtime 10 from Particle Systems

  • Kodak ESP 3250 review

    The Kodak ESP 3250 All-in-One colour inkjet multifunction printer is very inexpensive, and it prints superior images on photo paper. Otherwise, it is an average-quality, rather slow machine, appropriate for light-duty school or home use.

  • Corel PaintShop Photo Pro X3 review

    For PaintShop Photo Pro X3, Corel has redesigned the long-standing application’s interface, adding some new features and enhancing others. However, it’s not a compelling upgrade for artists

  • Apple Aperture 3 review

    A lot has changed in Aperture 3, even down to the toolbar’s icons -- which illustrates how thorough the redesign has been, as there are over 200 new features.

  • Comic Life 1.5 review

    Comic Life isn’t for creating comics so much as assembling them. There are no drawing tools – but there are features for adding comic frames, lettering and styles.

  • Modbook (UK version) review

    A digital sketchbook is on every illustrator, artist or 3D modeller’s wishlist. We’d all like a combination of graphics tablet and laptop that we can sketch with in meetings or the park.

  • Media Composer 3.0 review

    As part of Avid’s new strategy, the latest version of Media Composer arrives at around half the price of its predecessor, and includes a whole lot more in the box, too.

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