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In the past seven days, Reg Hardware has appraised products from the worlds of consumer electronics, gaming, computing and photography.

If you missed anything, here are those products again.

Lifestyle

Apple iPod Nano 6G
Finger tapping good?

Computing

Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit
New! Product evaluations in 140 characters

Cyberlink v. Nero media authoring suites
Taste the difference

Photography

GoPro HD Hero camera
Water sports action star

Mobile

RIM BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300
Straight talking?

Gaming

Tom Clancy's Hawx 2
Flight to the death

Halo: Reach
Start the Fight

Sony PlayStation Move
Wii too?

Sony Playstation Move video gallery
Video: Gameplay in action

FAQ: Sony PlayStation Move
Your questions answered

Sony Playstation Move release schedule
A list of games to keep you on the Move

Sony PlayStation Move image gallery
The PS3 add-on in pictures

Sony Playstation Move game gallery
A selection Move-only titles for 2010

5 things you didn’t know about cloud backup

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Why 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?