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Internet Security Threat Report 2014

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

Samsung HT-C6930 3D Blu-ray home cinema set
All-in-one surround sound kit doesn’t come much better

Teufel System 5 home cinema speakers
Sound choice for movie buffs?

Computing

Iomega eGo Desktop USB 3.0 external HDD
Faster, master

Apple MacBook mid-2010
White mischief?

Cyberpower Ultra Scylla six-core AMD PC
Some kind of monster?

Kingston SSDNow V+ 512GB solid-state drive
Serious capacity... serious price

All-in-One Inkjet Printers: Best Buys
Group Test: The pick of the printers

Brother MFC-490CW
Small, neat and cheap to buy

Canon Pixma MX350
Good printing - but there's a price to pay

Epson Stylus SX610FW
Capable and quick

HP Officejet 6500
The value-for-money option?

Kodak ESP 7
Too many corners cut?

Lexmark Intuition S505
Basic box

Packard Bell Butterfly XS 11.6in notebook
The lepidopterist's laptop?

Mobile

Vodafone 845
Small size, low cost

Photo

Ten Essential Budget Compact Cameras
Product Round-up: Summer snappers for less than 150 quid

Gaming

Sniper: Ghost Warrior
Quick fire insight

Crackdown 2
A short sequel to satisfy shooters?

Microsoft Xbox 360 250GB
Leaner, fitter and Kinect ready

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