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The Globe and Mail is pleased to announce the Best Computer for Graphic Design in Canada award, which recognizes the best computer in Canada.
The award was founded in 2003 by the Computer Society of Canada.
It is a joint award between the Canada Research Chair in Computer Design and the Canadian Academy of Art and Design.
The winners are announced every three years, and winners receive $5,000.
The first award was given to Macs and is now the award to be given to the best graphics cards for graphic designers.
The winner will be announced in May.
This year’s award was won by the R7 200 graphics card.
The computer is the first high-end computer designed specifically for graphic and user interfaces.
It has a quad-core Intel Celeron 2840 processor, an 8 GB RAM and 32 GB of flash memory.
The R7200 has a maximum speed of 1.2 gigabytes per second and the GPU has 8 GB of dedicated GDDR5 memory.
The R7 2000 is the second high-performance computer to win this award, with the $1,000 PC-Z-1C00.
It also has an 8-core CPU, 256 GB of RAM, a 512 GB SSD, and 8 GB hard drive.
It was also the first graphics card to win the award.
The PC-ZX-2000 has a dual-core 8-Core Intel Core i7 processor, 64 GB of DDR4 RAM, 256GB of SSD, 4 GB of GDDR5, and a 16 GB hard disk.
The PC-X800C1 is the third award to have won the award, but this time the $500 PC-D2D3C3E was the winner.
This computer has a 8-bit Nvidia Quadro K2000 graphics card with 256 GB memory and 8 Gb of DDR3 RAM.
It’s the only computer to be awarded this award.
The Best Computer in Canada is based on a survey conducted by the Canadian Computer Society (CCC) between October 1 and October 31.
It asks Canadians what their top choice for a computer is and also asks them to rate how comfortable they are with their choice.
The CCC has a reputation for being a forum for Canadian technology and design, and it’s the reason why the CCC’s website has a number of the top 10 computer manufacturers in Canada (listed by the number of computer reviews).
The winners from this survey will be named as part of the 2018 Computer Design Awards, which are presented in October.
Congratulations to all the winners!