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THG: 2005 Reader's Choice Awards

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11 months of 2005 have passed by, which means that it is not only time that you slowly but surely have figure out your Christmas shopping list, but as a reader of Tom's Hardware Guide you have a pretty good idea which companies brought out the best products this year. Our Tom's Hardware Guide "Reader's Choice Awards" not only gives you a chance to reward those firms with our annual prize, but also to win a speedy notebook.

Your only task in the Reader's Choice Awards simply is to pick your favorite products and gadgets from a host of categories that include motherboards, processors and graphics cards. We give you ample choices in each of those categories, but if you do not find what you think was the best hardware of 2005, you can suggest your favorite device.

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