What makes Adobe thinks it can sell Acrobat XI to New Zealanders for A$200 a pop or $281 for the pro version?
The software can make, edit and view PDFs. That’s useful, but so can many other applications. Some of them do it better, most of them do it cheaper.
Microsoft Office 2013 has built-in PDF tools that can so all these things. The market is awash with dozens of free, shareware and low-cost tools.
Acrobat XI has a touch screen interface for annotations, but I can help thinking there are better things to spend money on. Or am I missing something important here?