Computer graphics and computer hardware manufacturers are now competing for the attention of millions of holiday shoppers, with companies like Dell, Dell EMC, HP, IBM, and Toshiba promising to offer the best Christmas wallpaper to consumers, while companies like Apple and Samsung have also taken to selling the best holiday wallpaper.
The Wallpaper contest, which began last week, has already attracted a record 1.1 million entries.
Many of the entrants are simply trying to capture the essence of Christmas, including the traditional tree, snowman, and traditional holiday cheer.
But not everyone is happy with the Christmas wallpaper.
While some companies are promising to make the best wallpaper available, others are offering the most boring Christmas wallpaper in order to lure shoppers into their booths.
Here are the top 10 Christmas wallpaper options for 2017:1.
Dell EMCC (New York, NY)1.
HPE (Seattle, WA)2.
Toshiba (Seattle and Seattle, WA, Seattle, CA, and Santa Clara, CA)3.
Acer (Bristol, UK)4.
Tosco (London, UK, and New York, New York City)5.
Toslink (New Zealand)6.
Apple (Hong Kong)7.
LG (Tokyo, Japan)8.
Lenovo (Taipei, Taiwan)9.
LG Electronics (Hong-Kong)10.
Dell (Los Angeles, CA and Santa Barbara, CA.)1.
EMC (New Jersey)2: Acer (San Diego, CA3: HPE/LG4: Toshiba5: Toslink6: Dell/LG7: Apple8: LG9: Tosco10: Tos LinkThe winner will receive a digital wallpaper, which is available for purchase on the official Dell website and on the HPE website.
The winner will be chosen by a panel of judges and announced on Dec. 1.
The winner must also offer the same wallpaper on a monthly basis for at least one year.
If the wallpaper is good enough, the winner will win a limited edition Christmas ornament.
The ornament is an original design by a member of the panel and is expected to be sold exclusively at the holiday sales booth.
Dell’s wallpaper, the most recent entry in the contest, features a traditional Christmas tree with a snowman and snowman figurine.
The company said that its Christmas wallpaper, a collaboration with a team of Japanese artists, is a “modernized take on traditional Christmas decor.”
The wallpaper is also the first to feature an “Easter Egg” from the film, “The Book of Mormon,” which the company said is a nod to the fact that the wallpaper was created in its first year of production.
In a statement, Dell said that the Christmas ornament was designed by the team of artists, and it “is an incredible gift to a loyal customer, who is looking forward to seeing their Christmas wallpaper again next year.”
“This wallpaper is a testament to our commitment to customer loyalty, innovation, and customer service,” the company added.
“We look forward to a brighter and more memorable Christmas season!”