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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

One For All SV9380 Freeview HD indoor aerial
Well received?

Navigon 70 Plus satnav
Street cred

Scosche Solbat2 solar charger
Sunny disposition

Digital Stream DHR8203U Freeview HD DVR
Going with the flow?

Ixos Divo 2.1 iPod dock and speakers
Sound reinforcement for your PC or TV

Samsung HW-C450 2.1 soundbar
Sonic boon?

Computing

QPad 5K gaming mouse
Txt Take

KeyCase iPad Folio Deluxe
The tablet case with a built-in keyboard

Screwpop Tool
Txt Take It drives screws! It opens beer bottles!

Sony Reader PRS-350 Pocket Edition
Sony shows the rest how it's done

Mobile

Hands on with Windows Phone 7
Analysis More a re-skin than a re-invention

RIM BlackBerry Torch 9800
Burning sensation?

Gaming

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West
Monkey Tragic

QPad Heaton XL gaming mousepad
Txt Take Pad plus

Fifa 11 vs Pro Evolution Soccer 2011
It's all kicking off

Secure remote control for conventional and virtual desktops

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