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Another busy day in Las Vegas has turned up more treats for 2007. Sony made a bid for Mac users with this designer cake-tin PC. As well as matching wi

Another busy day in Las Vegas has turned up more treats for 2007. Sony made a bid for Mac users with this designer cake-tin PC. As well as matching wireless keyboard it gets HDMI connectivity, built-in Wi-Fi and Windows Vista Home Premium. No Blu-Ray, sadly, but it does handle DVDs nicely.Sony's new HD camcorder launches have been somewhat overshadowed by JVC's new HD Everio. Chucking out a full 1920x1080i resolution it'll look even sharper than most 'full' HD offerings which manage only 1440x1080. It's still not 1080p but the day can't be far off.Elsewhere, Motorola realeased yet another RAZR-inspired handset – this time the MOTORIZR Z6. Catch it from the middle of the year sporting a 2mp camera, glass and metal finish and Windows Media Player 11 support.Over at Samsung, the company's gone slightly mad with seven new cameras due this spring including the intriguing i70 multimedia camera with 7.2megapixels, 3x zoom and a 3in LCD with high-quality video shooting and PMP features. The shootout continues on the Casio stand with the world's slimmest 7x zoom camera. The Exilim V7 gets a respectable 7.2megapixels and should set you back £300 from April.Meanwhile US firm Ojo's bringing home videophones to the UK after announcing a partnership with BT. Expect the Travel Ojo to be the first of its three models to cross the Atlantic.And Wild Charge has been wowing crowds with its charging strips. Just plonk your mobile on the pad and it charges. Our wireless electricity dream steps ever closer. Essentials

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