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Last month Reg Hardware ran a competition to win a Sony Xperia X10 handset.

Almost 9,000 people entered the draw (a Reg Hardware record) and up popped two lucky winners. They are:

Brett Pereria from Canterbury, UK, who says: "Thank you, I'm thrilled - I will certainly look forward to receiving this fabulous prize! Many thanks."

And:

Richard Posa, from London, who says: "Thank you so much and thanks to the rest of the team at Reg Hardware for making my weekend."

We'll try and get some edgier comments from the winner of our next live competition, who will receive Panasonic Blu-Ray player.

Get cracking!

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