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OQO wins Japan`s 2007 Good Design Award
uusjio | November 15, 2007 at 02:36 amby
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The "Good Design Award" is Japan's only comprehensive design evaluation and commendation system, originating from the "Good Design Selection System" (generally known as the "G-Mark System") instituted by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry in 1957. This accolade is presented for designs that clearly demonstrate merit in the following assessment categories: designs that meet or exceed a certain standard, superior designs and future-oriented designs. Products that have received the Good Design Award are permitted to be exhibited with the highly recognized "G-mark" logo.