Compaq TC1000 - Design Awards

Design Awards

The TC1000 has won numerous industrial design awards. These include:

  • 2003 IDEA Bronze Award -
  • 2003 IF Product Design Award -
  • 2003 ID Magazine Honorable Mention -
  • 2003 Good Design Award -

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