While RCA debuted their Small Wonder camcorders at CES 2008, the model they are showing off just a year later looks vastly improved.
While it's still surely a mediocre HD camcorder (I mean, it's $120), the EZ209HD is smaller than its predecessors, ditching the SD slot to save space with up to 16GB of MicroSD, while still fitting a larger, 2-inch LCD screen.
Recording up to two hours of video on a single charge, the EZ209HD supports HD, SD and 60fps shooting. Plus it takes 8MP stills and includes HDMI out for direct-to-TV viewing of your footage. All-in-all, the new Small Wonder appears to be much nicer than older models—though you'll have to wait until spring to buy one.
Also, if you are at the show, the RCA/Audiovox booth will be giving away
4,000 30 of these camcorders. Boy did I mishear that one. They're giving away 10,000 keychains though.