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This year Reg Hardware has run a host of competitions and giveways, giving readers the chance to win some cool prizes. Here are the lucky folk who have come up trumps so far.

  • Motorola Milestone
  • Jason Sheppard won a Motorola Milestone Android smartphone courtesy of online retailer eXpansys.
  • Alison Wood won a Panasonic DMP-BD65EB Blu-ray Disc player courtesy of Panasonic.
  • Brett Pereria and Richard Posa both won Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Android smartphones courtesy of Sony Ericsson.
  • Patrick Corker won a Nokia X6 mobile phone courtesy of Phones4U.
  • Doug Tredwell won a Pogoplug 2 internet file-sharing gadget courtesy of Cloud Engines.
  • HP TouchSmart 600
  • Samantha Robinson won an HP TouchSmart 600 touchscreen PC courtesy of HP.
  • Meyrick Thomas won a Michael Jackson This is It external hard drive courtesy of Samsung.

We'll be running more competitions and giveaways in the coming months, so keep an eye out for your chance to win! ®

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