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A new year, a new look. Well, almost. We had the design ready and waiting, and we decided to press the button anyway.

Why the change? In 2009, we'll be bringing a greater emphasis on reviews, do-it-yourself features - in our new Hands On section and practical advice from fellow readers in Q&A, and we felt Register Hardware warranted a brand new look.

Readers who visit the site for its news coverage needn't be disappointed - we're still committed to bringing you the best personal technology stories, and you can look forward to a bumper crop from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in the first week of 2009.

But let us know what you think. Login and post your comments below. Tell us what you like, what you don't like and what features you'd like Register Hardware to bring you in 2009.

And, in the meantime, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Tony

Tony Smith,
Editor,
Register Hardware

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