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In the past seven days, Reg Hardware has looked at many products from the worlds of consumer electronics, gaming and computing.

If you missed anything, here are those products again.

Lifestyle

Apple iPod Touch 4G
iPhone lite

Philips 32PFL9705 Ambilight 32in LED backlit TV
Magic lantern?

Apple iPod Shuffle 4G
Not-so-slight return

Computing

Back-to-college 15in Notebooks
Group Test: Desktop replacements for your digs

15in Notebooks: Best Buys
Group Test: The ones to choose

Buyer's Guide: 15in Notebooks
Group Test: How to select the machine that's right for you

Acer Aspire 5741
Pared back for price:performance

Dell Inspiron 15R
Attractive

HP Pavilion dv6
Entertainment hub

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge
Pricey but nicey

Sony Vaio EB2
Not enough notebook for your money?

Toshiba Satellite Pro C650
Basic offering

Standivarius Aero fold-flat laptop stand
Txt Take: Product reviews in 140 characters or less

Dell Inspiron M101z 11.6in notebook
Class-leading performance

Mobile

Ten Essential... iPhone 4 accessories
Product Round-up: Add-ons for your Apple

Nokia E5 Qwertyphone
Maps, snaps and office apps

Gaming

RUSE
Time for some tactics

Beginner's guide to SSL certificates

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