Reviews

  • Eizo ColorEdge CG318-4K monitor review

    Eizo's ColorEdge CG318K-4K is a true 4K monitor – twice over. And it's the best monitor for designers, artists (whether digital, CG or VFX) or video editors we've ever reviewed.

  • Adobe Acrobat Pro X review

    Acrobat X Pro is an impressive release, with new features and improvements for anyone who creates or works with PDF files.

  • Eizo ColorEdge CG303W review

    Eizo’s ColorEdge CG303W is, quite possibly, the best monitor an artist or designer could hope for. It combines a superb panel and incredibly accurate colour output.

  • Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 review

    Premiere Pro CS5's key new feature is the Mercury Playback Engine for faster real-time performance, but there's also many more additions in Adobe's video editing tool.

  • Datacolor Spyder3Studio SR review

    The Spyder3 Studio SR opens up colour management to illustrators, photographers and designers with high-end colour needs but shoestring budgets.

  • Poser 8 review

    Poser 8 offers a quick way to create and digitally shape humans, animals and entire scenes in 3D for use in creative applications such as Photoshop.

  • ColorMunki 1.1 review

    The ColorMunki offers easy-to-use colour management tools for a wide range of creative users through its three versions: Create, Design and Photo.

  • Apple Color 1.5 review

    With support for Red and other formats at up to 4K and new ProRes flavors, improved workflows, the new Color 1.5 is indeed a bird of a different colour.

  • GridIron Flow review

    When was the last time you bought a piece of software that changed the way you work? GridIron Flow is a rare example of a groundbreaking technology that fulfils a genuine need within the creative community.

  • Final Draft 8 review

    Final Draft 8 is a solid sequel to what has become the industry-standard screenwriting tool, offering an updated interface, feature enhancements, and a new file format.

  • Eizo FlexScan S2242W review

    To create the FlexScan S2242W monitor, Eizo has essentially shoehorned a 24-inch monitor’s specifications into a 22-inch shell and offered for a budget price.

  • NEC MultiSync LCD2690WUXi2 review

    NEC’s LCD2690WUXi2 is it’s designed to offer high-quality output for print designers who don’t have the need or budget for a £1,000-plus display.

  • LaCie 730 30-inch monitor review

    LaCie’s 730 30-inch display may be an extravagance too far for even the most high-profile design agencies – despite being the best 30-inch monitor on the market.

  • Imagine WS114 review

    Our review model of CAD2’s Imagine WS114 workstation sees the debut of nVidia’s Quadro FX 4800 graphics card, which boasts a whopping 1.5GB of graphics RAM.

  • Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 review

    Dreamweaver has become associated with website creation in the same way that Photoshop is identified with image editing. However, despite some tantalizing treats, there are few reasons to upgrade.

  • Apple LED Cinema Display review

    Apple's stylish LED Cinema Display looks like a great monitor for professional print, Web, video and animation creatives, but it's just not up to the job.

  • DreamColor LP2480zx review

    Developed with Dreamworks Animation, the DreamColor LP2480ZX is the first monitor to offer a 10-bit-per-colour output at a price that’s affordable to many creatives.

  • Magnetar SDX review

    The Magnetar SDX is a whopper of a workstatio, measuring 62cm-x-22cm-x-425cm and weighing only slightly less than a baby elephant. If you think that Apple’s Mac Pro is too girly, then this is the workstation for you.

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