Hicksville, NY, July 11, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- MJB Publishing’s Pen Computing Magazine announced the winners of its 2005 Editor’s Choice Awards for mobile technology devices. Chosen by Pen Computing Magazine’s editorial staff, these distinguished awards acknowledge the outstanding mobile industry trendsetters that have truly excelled in their product category.
Devices are judged based upon the weighing of data in the following criteria: overall concept and design, innovation, appropriate application of standards and advanced technology, usability, adherence to industry standards, price/performance, reliability, quality, overall features, technical ingenuity and competitive advantages.
“Due to more innovation and the increase in specialization of mobile technology devices issuing the 2005 Editor’s Choice Awards was more difficult this year than at any time since Pen Computing Magazine was founded in 1993," said Conrad H. Blickenstorfer, PhD, Editor-in-Chief of Pen Computing Magazine. “No longer is the mobile industry just classified into handhelds and notebooks. Users continue to see the benefits of pen and ink along with the ability for these devices to greatly increase production and ROI. In turn, this has fostered a degree of performance and technical sophistication not seen just a few years ago. Mobile devices now come in many form factors, sizes, degrees of ruggedness, performance and price levels as manufacturers focus on meeting and exceeding the needs of their customers.”
Winners were chosen for Best Tablet PCs, Best Handhelds for Vertical Markets, Best Notebook and Best Consumer Handhelds. A full listing along with the product specification and commentary on the winners of the Pen Computing Magazine’s 2005 Editor’s Choice Awards is featured in the Pen Computing Magazine Buyers Guide issue on sale now at local bookstores. Additional information on the winners, along with product reviews, can also be found on the Pen Computing Magazine’s website: http://www.pencomputingonline.com.
Pen Computing Magazine- Founded in 1993, PCM is the pioneer publication of the mobile technology industry. Published bi-monthly, Pen Computing Magazine’s editorial strength empowers corporations with the relevant information required to choose the best mobile devices, mobile applications and peripherals for their specific needs. Pen Computing Magazine is best known for its in depth and objective mobile device reviews. Each issue focuses on the latest trends, successful vertical market case studies and mobile solutions which provide our readers with the necessary competitive advantage needed in today’s business environment.