The 20th Annual Editors' Choice Awards

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The Winners

The winners of the 20th Annual Editors’ Choice Awards, selected by the editors of Macworld are:

  • Photoshop Elements 3 (see Best Current Price ), Adobe
  • SketchBook Pro 1.1, Alias
  • Snapz Pro X 2.0, Ambrosia Software
  • GarageBand 1.1, Apple
  • iMac G5 (see Best Current Price ) , Apple
  • iPod mini (see Best Current Price ), Apple
  • Motion 1.0, Apple
  • Xserve G5 (see Best Current Price ), Apple
  • XServe G5 RAID (see Best Current Price ), Apple
  • BBEdit 8.0, Bare Bones Software
  • Bit Torrent 3.4.2, Bram Cohen and Andrew Lowenstern
  • EOS 20D (see Best Current Price ), Canon
  • EyeTV 200, Elgato Systems
  • Epson Stylus Pro 4000 (see Best Current Price ), Epson
  • Epson P-2000 (see Best Current Price ), Epson
  • FileMaker Pro 7 (see Best Current Price ), FileMaker
  • Color LaserJet 2550Ln (see Best Current Price ), Hewlett-Packard
  • 8X d2 DVD+RW Double Layer Drive (see Best Current Price ), LaCie
  • Unreal Tournament 2004, MacSoft
  • Halo: Combat Evolved (see Best Current Price ), MacSoft
  • Tactile Pro Keyboard, Matias
  • QuarkXPress 6.5 (see Best Current Price ), Quark
  • Nicecast, Rogue Amoeba
  • Toast with Jam 6 (see Best Current Price ), Roxio
  • netTunes, Shirt Pocket
  • Webstractor 1.1, Softchaos
  • The Print Shop Mac OS X Edition, Software MacKiev
  • PodFreq (see Best Current Price ), Sonnet Technologies
  • Cyber-shot DSC-T1 (see Best Current Price ), Sony
  • OmniWeb 5.0.1, The Omni Group
  • Intuos3 (see Best Current Price ), Wacom
  • You Control 1.2.5, You Software
  • The winners of the Readers’ Choice Awards, nominated and voted on by the readers of Macworld , are:

  • iMac G5 (see Best Current Price ), Apple
  • Final Cut Pro HD 4.5 (see Best Current Price ), Apple
  • The Eddy Awards, the Macintosh industry’s most prestigious distinction for breakthrough product development, are given to the year’s top hardware and software products chosen by Macworld ’s editorial department. The Macworld editors looked at nearly every new Mac product on the market between Nov. 1, 2003 to Nov. 1, 2004, evaluating their overall quality as well as their utility, innovation, and elegance.

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