Back in November we asked you to make your suggestions for the products most worthy of a Reg Hardware Readers Award. We got hundreds of nominations from which we drew up shortlists of the most popular - and least popular in the case of the Rusty Dodo Award - gadgets released in 2010. Reg Hardware Awards And now, ladies and …
You're forced to post an entry in every category, even if you have no opinion in that category
Yeah, really stupid
I voted for the 'skip this vote' link below the vote button in protest at being forced to vote in categories where I didn't care or didn't like any of the options.
No GT5 option in console game of the year?
You lost the plot by lumping PS3 Move and Xbox Kinect into the same vote.
Kinect is a useless pile of junk thats laggy as hell, not very accurate and very limited in the games it can play, and therefore very deserving of the rusty dodo.
PS3 Move is the total opposite, very repsonsive, very accurate and works with a broad range of games, it's also much cheaper, and therefore worthy of a vulture award.
hate with some hate on the side
Wow dude, you really got up on the wrong side of the bed, they're two different approaches to two different markets, you just want to be angry at something/one.
let it go some like the PS3 some like the xbox, some like kinect some like move, depends on the game. the kinect isnt 'laggy' their are a lot less games for the kinect but that will come in time becaue it is a completely different style of controller. The move is like an advanced controller so backward compatibility is easy.
Since when has the iPlayer been a hardware product?
Shome mishtake, shurely?
*Best* service provider? Surely "worst", or even "least worst"?
For example I am relatively happy with Virgin, but there's no way I would vote for them as the best.
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