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5 things you didn’t know about cloud backup

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 UE46C8000 3D TV
Picture perfect?

Withings Wi-Fi bathroom scales
I tweet your weight

Sony Walkman NWZ-A845 media player
Thinnest Walkman yet

Pioneer BDP-330 Blu-ray player
Pure and simple

Computing

Lite-on iHBS112 internal Blu-ray writer
Cheap and fast - cheerful too?

Acer Aspire Ethos 8943G 18.4in laptop
Full HD desktop replacement with plenty of poke

Mobile

Motorola Milestone XT720
First xenon flash Android camphone

Samsung Galaxy S Android smartphone
The Android iPhone clone that has it all?

Alcatel OT-808 fashion phone
Qwerty clamshell with text appeal

Photo

Polaroid 300 instant print camera
Fun retro-snapper revived

Gaming

Limbo
Left in the shade

3D Dot Game Heroes
The closest you’ll get to Zelda without dusting off your NES?

5 things you didn’t know about cloud backup

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High Performance for All
While HPC is not new, it has traditionally been seen as a specialist area – is it now geared up to meet more mainstream requirements?