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Reg Hardware Awards 2010 marks the launch of the Reg Hardware Awards - and we need YOUR help.

We've looked a lot of kit this year, and we know what we think is the best of the bunch - there will be a handful of Editor Awards too, see below - but we want the majority our awards to reflect what you, the reader who buys and uses the gadgets, computers, games and apps we review, thinks about them.

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So we're looking for your suggestions for our shortlists for the following Reg Hardware Reader Awards:

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Reg Hardware Editor Awards

  • Computing Product of the Year
  • Lifestyle Product of the Year
  • Photography Product of the Year
  • Mobile Product of the Year
  • Games Product of the Year

You have until midnight on Tuesday, 30 November to make your nominations using the Reg Hardware forums - just click on the links above to go straight there and make a suggestion.

We'll then collate all your suggestions and draw up shorlists from which you'll be able to cast your vote early next month. ®

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