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RCA's CES offerings can be summed up with one word: easy. First up is their next generation Small Wonder digital camcorder, the EZ201. It ships with an hour's worth of recording time on built-in flash memory, but also has a slot for an SD card in case you're marathon recording. A 1.5-inch flip-out LCD lets you monitor the action, and to simplify the complicated "battery" issue the EZ201 runs on two typical AA batteries. It connects to your PC via a folding USB arm and doesn't require any software. $129 will put it in your hands.

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Now that recording videos is within your mental grasp, RCA wants to make it easier for you to forcibly share them with everyone you know. This fall, look out for the RCA MemoryMaker, a dock for the EZ201 that allows for DVD recording of your videos with the touch of a button (no PC required). No price point yet, but expect RCA to make it as affordable as possible given the mass-market vibe of the product line.