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reghardware is trying to get a regular gig going with competitions and prize draws.

Early days yet, but here's a nice one we have for you, the chance to win a media-tastic Sony Xperia X10 Smartphone.

This is Sony's first outing with Android: the X10 sports an enormous touchscreen, Wi-Fi and A-GPS, and an eight megapixel camera. But is it any good?

Our reviewer thinks so.

Want one? Click this link, check out the page and answer one simple question. Entrants who answer correctly move on to a prize draw.

The competition runs until 16/6/2010 and the winner will be announced by the end of June.

Good luck.

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