Apple's LCD iMac received top hardware prize in the secondary schools category. The company's iDVD won a prize in 2002, while AirPort and iBook claimed prizes in 2001. The BETT Awards are recognised as being the Oscars of the UK education technology industry.
Presenting the awards, BECTA's Colin Cadney said: "The BETT Awards focus on how teachers and lecturers are integrating hardware, software and online learning resources into their classroom practice."
Awards were presented for: Online learning resources; educational software, primary and secondary; further education; ICT hardware - primary and secondary; special education needs - primary and secondary; and Innovation.
A full list of this year's winners is available online.