NetWinder wins industry award

Following our recent review of the NetWinder, Linux Journal has awarded them
with the prestigious Editor’s Choice award.

NetWinder Wins Industry Award
Corel Computer’s Linux®-powered hardware chosen

Las Vegas, Nevada-November 19, 1998. Corel Computer is pleased
to announce that its NetWinder’ computer platform, a family of
Linux®-powered thin-clients and thin-servers, won top honors
for new hardware in the Linux Journal’s ‘1998 Editor’s Choice.’
According to the Linux Journal, the award is given in recognition
of truly outstanding products.

‘In a year when so many companies have announced their support
for the Linux operating system, the NetWinder is a platform without
peer. Its unique and powerful design is appealing to a broad range
of Linux users,’ said Marjorie Richardson, Editor of the Linux
Journal. ‘It’s no surprise that the NetWinder is among the circle
of winners in 1998.’

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Corel Computer
Corel Computer, a global player in the design and manufacture of
high quality video conferencing and network computing products,
markets the NetWinder’ and CorelVIDEO’ product lines as part of a
strategy to merge communications and computing on the desktop. As a
vigorous proponent of open standards and vendor neutral technology,
Corel Computer has incorporated the StrongARM® microprocessor
and the Linux operating system into its compact, powerful NetWinder
network computing products, which deliver more than 250 MIPS yet
consumes a fraction of the power of an average desktop computer.
Its CorelVIDEO platform comprises reliable, scalable tools for
face-to-face video communications, whether across the hall or
around the world. Corel Computer is a division of Corel
Corporation, an award-winning developer of graphics software and
productivity applications. Company information is available on the
World Wide Web at www.corelcomputer.com.

Corel and CorelVIDEO are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Corel Corporation. Used with permission. NetWinder is a trademark
of Corel Computer Corp. StrongARM is a registered trademark of ARM
Ltd. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. Used with
permission. All other names and logos are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective companies.

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