The Best Tech Awards 2010: Winners

The Best Tech Awards 2010: Winners

Which brands are the most reliable, have the best support and represent the best value for money over more than 12 months of use? We tell you which manufacturers deliver, in 15 categories from PC to ISP

Here at PC & Tech Authority, we review products, but you live with them. So each year, we ask you what the products you’ve purchased are like to live with.

Rather than ask about specific products, we ask about the brands you use – we want to know which manufacturers consistently deliver good products, good service, and excellent value.

Our Best Tech survey asks you to rate your products for their quality and reliability, ask about the manufacturer's customer service and support, and rate the value for money they represent.

This year 12,854 people voted across 15 categories. We collated their votes, and – as long as a brand had over 100 votes – we rated them.

This year we're making the full results available online. Click here to download your free copy of the 2010 PC & Tech Authority Best Tech Awards.

PC & Tech Authority
congratulates the winners of this year's awards.

Best PC

Winner
Apple

 

Best Laptop

Winner
Apple

 

Best Smartphone

Winner
Nokia

Highly Commended: Blackberry

 

Best Television

Winner
Panasonic

 

Best Compact Camera

Winner
Panasonic

 

 

Best DSLR

Winner
Nikon

Highly Commended: Pentax

 

Best Inkjet Printer

Winner
Canon

Best Laser Printer:

Winner
Brother

Best Graphics Card

Winner
Gainward

Highly commended: XFX, EVGA

Best Motherboard

Winners
EVGA
Gigabyte

Best ISP/Broadband

Winner
Internode

Highly Commended: Westnet

Best ISP/Wireless Broadband

Winner
iinet

Highly Commended: Westnet

Best Mobile Phone Service Provider

Winner
TPG

Best Online Vendor

Winner
PC Case Gear (www.pccasegear.com.au)

Best Internet Security Software

Winner
ESET Smart Security

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