(PRWEB) December 14, 2005
Laptopical.com, The Laptops Weblog, today announced the winners of its 2005 Laptop Awards. The annual awards highlight the year's most outstanding notebook computers, as judged by the website's senior writers.
Laptopical editor Tom Fox says, "2005 has been a phenomenal year for laptops and their ever-continuing monopolisation of the PC market. Laptop sales figures are not just a blip on the tech radar. Mobile chips from manufacturers such as AMD and Intel, now boast speeds rivaling those found in desktop computers."
Fox believes pricing is one of the highest considerations for potential customers. "Factor in lower prices and portability, and it's easy to see why buyers are voting for laptops with their bank accounts. Expect to see sales of notebooks rise exponentially in the first half of 2006," Fox continues. "We are confident that the seven laptop computers chosen by Laptopical reflect the quality available on the mobile market today."
Laptopical's 2005 Winners:
Acer's Ferrari 4000
Apple's G4 Powerbook
Fujitsu's P1500 Lifebook
Lenovo's Z60M Thinkpad
Panasonic's Toughbook Elite
Twinhead's Durabook N15RI
For more information about the awards: http://www.laptopical.com/2005-laptop-award.html
http://www.laptopical.com/ is a blog offering relevant news commentary about laptops, notebooks and mobile computers. In 2005 Laptopical was recognised as a "Hot Site" by the USA Today editorial team. Laptopical is also a past winner of the coveted "Cool Site of the Day" award.
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