"Tuxtops, Inc., the established leader in mobile Linux
computing, has just been honored with the prestigious Linux Journal
2000 Editors' Choice Award for the best mobile device.
"Choosing the Best Mobile Device in Linux Journal's 2000
Editors' Choice was an easy decision -a Tuxtops laptop," said
Richard Vernon, Editor in Chief of the award-winning monthly
magazine, Linux Journal. "Their people are great and their products
are outstanding." Company CEO Graham Hine and CTO Mark Allen
were on hand at Comdex in Las Vegas, Nevada this week to accept the
"For those unfamiliar with the company, Tuxtops, Inc. currently
sells and supports a full line of top quality laptops, from the
sturdy desktop replacement, the Obsidian 30W to their ultra sleek,
ultra light model the Amethyst 20U (www.Tuxtops.com/products.html).
Additionally, the company has recently released their OneStep easy
install Linux software for laptops, a revolutionary, no hassle
package specifically configured for mobile computers (www.Tuxtops.com/software.html)."
"But that's not all Tuxtops has to offer, they're now conducting
their first annual Mobile Linux Software Competition (www.Tuxtops.com/contest.html). The
company's mission has always included donating their own GPL'd
software to the Open Source community, and now they're in a
position to offer an exciting incentive to encourage others to do
the same. The company is donating one of their fully loaded,
pre-configured premium laptops to the person or persons who can
create the most useful and creative mobile Linux software