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

If you missed anything, here are those products again.

Lifestyle

iLuv iMM747 iPad speaker dock
Desktop audio

Philips Streamium MCi900 DVD and Wi-Fi Hi-Fi
Entertaining concept

Pure Oasis Flow weatherproof DAB and Internet radio
Waterproof streams, anyone?

Teufel System 8 THX Ultra 2 home cinema speakers
Now, where to put that 500W sub..?

Computing

Freecom Mobile Drive CLS storage
Portable drive array with archiving ambitions

Toshiba AC100 Android smartbook
Oh, Tosh, what went wrong?

Apple MacBook Pro 17in Core i7 BTO notebook
The anti-glare alternative

Mobile

Nokia N8 smartphone
Semi-evolved Symbian?

Photography

Pentax X90 superzoom bridge camera
Telescopic sights

Gaming

Top Ten Retro PC Games
Product Round-up A blast from the past

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
Bantha poodoo?

007 Blood Stone
A view to a thrill?

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