Korea’s TriGem Wins $1M Intel PC Design Contest

TriGem Home Theater Lluon Black Crystal PC Design

TriGem Computer Inc., a maker of sleek and stylish computers from South Korea, has won the $1-million Intel Core Processor Challenge.

TriGem’s Home Theater Lluon “Black Crystal” design garnered the top prize in the contest which was aimed at encouraging industry innovation in new, stylish and high-performing PCs based on the Intel Viiv processor technology featuring Intel Core 2 Duo processors. First runner-up was Mesiro from Norway for its “Asono Merium” system.

Intel said TriGem “was awarded the grand prize for creating the best mix of style, acoustics, functionality and features for digital home entertainment.”

TriGem will receive up to $300,000 to help offset the costs of enabling the mass production of its grand-prize winning system and up to $400,000 for co-marketing and promotional activities with Intel around the winning system. Mesiro will get $300,000.

[Via: Intel.com]

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