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In the past seven days, Reg Hardware reviewed many products from the worlds of consumer electronics, photography, gaming, mobile communications and information technology.

If you missed anything, here are all the products we looked at this past week.

Lifestyle

Panasonic Viera TX-L32S20B 32in LCD TV
Goal: affordable Freeview HD telly

Ten Essential Travel Speakers
Product Round-up: The acme of alfresco audio

WTF is... Project Canvas?
A good thing, we say

IPVision FetchTV SmartBox 8000 DVR
Freeview recorder with Sky Player and iPlayer to boot

Korg NanoKey MIDI controller
Compact keyboard of the musical variety

Leica Pinmaster rangefinder
The ultimate weapon for golf war veterans?

Computing

Packard Bell EasyNote LM 17in laptop
Big screen for small pockets

Gateway DS50 Core i3 desktop PC
Small footprint, big impression?

Sony Vaio L13 touchscreen PC
A touch of class?

Apple iPad 3G 32GB
Wandering star

Mobile

RIM BlackBerry Pearl 3G phone
Redesigned keypad that's strikingly familiar

Euro mobile data best buys
Product Round-up: As new rules come in, we compare the carriers

Apple iPhone 4
Machined to perfection?

Gaming

International Cricket 2010
Wicked hit or hit wicket?

Singularity
Shootin' through spacetime

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11
On course for more swinging

Beginner's guide to SSL certificates

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