T3 honours Lord Alan Sugar at awards
Outstanding contribution to technology award for the man behind Amstrad and its many products.
Appearing soon on Lord Sugar's mantelpiece
T3, with all its technology expertise, has named what it considers the 2012′s crowning glories of technology at its annual awards ceremony.
The big winners of the night were Asus, for the Google Nexus 7 which it designed and manufactured, the Asus Eee Pad Transformer, the Asus Zenbook UX31 and fittingly brand of the year.
Interestingly Lord Alan Sugar received the Outstanding Contribution award for his work over the years at Amstrad, which among things released the forgotten E-m@iler phone and PenPad PDA.
Amstrad is best known for its Hi-Fi systems and the long-defunct Amastrad PCW personal computer, which for a time competed with the PC during the 1980s. Most recently Lord Sugar headed up the much delayed YouView internet broadcasting system, which has has now been released.
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