PC Update


Dreamweaver CS4
March 1st, 2009

The biggest group of changes address the continuing trend towards dynamic page behaviour, which Adobe says most of their customers were adopting. Until now Dreamweaver was behind the times, unable to display real-time behaviours like rollovers — you’d have to preview the result in a browser and hunt through the source code to find your error.

MX Air
May 1st, 2008

The top of the device has a few backlit controls such as a ‘back’ button while you’re browsing, a ‘select’ button for capturing text, left and right click arrows, superfast scrolling controls and rudimentary multimedia controls.


Fujitsu U1010
May 1st, 2008

There’s no room for a trackpad or mouse buttons, so you use a small rubber nodule on one corner that does both. The keys are just on the uncomfortable side of tiny and a quick test produced a few lines of text full of characters hit in errant keystrokes.






Dreamweaver CS4 RRP: $809 Part of Adobe's latest Creative Suite, Dreamweaver CS4 has enjoyed both ...
March 1st, 2009

MX Air You wouldn't think much can be done with the humble mouse. After ...
May 1st, 2008

Fujitsu U1010 The Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 is an example of the first style of ...
May 1st, 2008


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