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In case you missed 'em, this week's reviews from Register Hardware.

Round-up
The best netbook-friendly Linux distros

Android on your Eee, anyone?
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Firmware fix frees frustrated filmmakers
Orange Vegas
Less Elvis, more Johnny?
Philips GoGear Opus
Some small screen shortcomings, but sounds sweet
Canon Pixma Pro9000 Mark II
Swift and accurate A3 inkjet
O2 Joggler
More PMP than parental PDA
Intel Core i7 975 Extreme
Nice - but the cheaper, updated i7 920 is nicer
Buffalo Terastation III
The paranoid user’s Nas of choice
Canon Digital Ixus 95 IS
Small wonder?

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