Adobe Ships Creative Suite 3

"Adobe has begun shipping the new CS3 versions of its creativity tools as well as the standard and premium versions of its recently announced Creative Suite 3."

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Author: PV5150
Source: TG Daily

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Adobe has begun shipping the new CS3 versions of its creativity tools as well as the standard and premium versions of its recently announced Creative Suite 3.

The company now offers a total of eight new programs including Photoshop CS3, Photoshop CS3 Extended, InDesign CS3, Illustrator CS3, Flash CS3 Professional, Dreamweaver CS3, Adobe Fireworks CS3 and Contribute CS3 for both PowerPC and Intel-based Macs as well as Windows-based PCs.

As before, Adobe is offering the software individually or in bundles. The bundles start at $1000 for the Web Standard version, which comes with Flash, Dreamweaver, Fireworks and Contribute. The Premium version adds Photoshop Extended, Illustrator and Acrobat and rings in at $1600.

Geared more towards offline publishing, the design suites are priced at $1200 (standard) and $1800 (premium). Not available so far are the CS3 versions of After Effects, Soundbooth and Encore, which will be offered in the “Production” and Master Collection” packages in the third quarter of this year. The video editing tool Premiere CS3 is available as a standalone program for $800.

Individual versions of Photoshop CS3 are priced at $650 (Standard) and $1000 (Extended).

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15-04-2007, 15:40:23

PinGu^
Its time for an upgrade :) But to fund it, im gunna have to sell my old pc. But i am unsure if i shud sell it together, or as separate pieces.

Here's my spec

AMD 64 3500+ 2.2ghz
1GB geil DDR ram
Nvidia 6800GTS 256mb PCI-E
Asus a8n-e
Siig 7.1 soundcard.
I also have a thermaltake tsunami, which is in very good condition.

Ill even post a pic :)

[IMG]http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b283/-Massacre-/Computer.jpg[/IMG]

Shud i sell togather or in pieces?

And also, how much do u think it will be worth?

Thanks alot, Dan

15-04-2007, 15:53:44

Rastalovich
Be a shame to sell the case >.< Apart from the window I think it looks great. (personal thing, just don`t like side windows :p)

I don`t see the contents of the pc getting too much sold seperately, I`d be inclined to sell it (in a new case :p) complete.

Don`t know about the Siig, but if u got above £350 as a unit, I`d be very very happy. Seperately I struggle to see over £250.

If the Siig is good, prehaps revert the system to onboard sound when u sell it ??? and use it in new system perhaps.

15-04-2007, 15:59:21

PinGu^
nah, the siig is a cheap jobby.

Thanks for the comments.

15-04-2007, 16:01:34

Kempez
I'd say sell it seperate, or try ebay selling it as a whole

15-04-2007, 16:05:18

Bogel
Could probably get more for selling it in peices
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