Creo vs Eagle

Winner: Creo!

Reviewers believe that Creo is better than Eagle! After comparing quality, customer service & reviews, we can conclude that Creo is the preferred option for CAD Software.

How do we test?
Our reviewers use the products for a extended period of time. We also take a look at other user reviews, to get a feel how they like the product.

DescriptionCreo is one of the leaders of the product design software market. It is available in Spanish, English, and many more languages. It was created by the American developed PTC.Developed by CadSoft Computer and currently owned by Autodesk, Eagle (Easily Applicable Graphical Layout Editor) is a professional tool for the Electric design market. One of its main features is its compatibility with Linux.
Customer support
  • Save As Options
  • Non-Native Data Open
  • Cross-Platform Collaboration
  • Data Conversion
  • CAD Systems Consolidation
  • Data Import
  • Schematic editor
  • Layers
  • PCB layout editing
  • Component libraries
  • Board size
PricingCreo Design Essentials has a plan of $2,390 for one year. For students, they offer a free edition.Eagle has a subscription-based price of $895 for a license of three years ($25 per month).
Free Trial?Yes, they offer a free trial.Yes, you can download a demo on the official page.
Compatible with
  • Windows (64-Bit)
  • Windows
  • MacOS
  • Linux
Ease of use
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