Click takes another look at some of the latest gadgets on display at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show.
The Las Vegas tech forum hosts some of the newest technology competing to become the next must-have items.
Take a look at some of the kit featured in our first CES programme.
Chasing the flying duck
After a long day at work, how about chasing a flying duck around the living room to unwind?
The fun gadget can be set to fly indoors for you to try to hunt it down.
Its makers Interactive Toy Concepts have called it Duck Hunter.
AMULET REMOTE CONTROL
The voice control device
Click's editor Richard Taylor tells a remote control exactly what he wants displayed on television.
The voice-enabled device called Amulet is clever enough to know when it is being addressed.
Thanks to its advanced position-sensing technology, it will ignore conversations with others.
DISPLAYLINK USB ADAPTER
One computer, multiple displays
Chris Long finds a USB device that replicates a computer's screen onto six other screens.
DisplayLink's dual monitor adapter means a computing workspace can be expanded by adding multiple displays.
A busy bod bot
Dan Simmons interacts with a robot designed to allow busy people to get around the office even when they are out of the country.
Anybot is a webcam mounted on a mobile base that allows those around it to have a conversation with the absent person.
It can be controlled remotely by users with an internet connection.
Getting connected at home
Richard Taylor finds a way to wirelessly link a PC to a home entertainment system.
DisplayShare software enables a machine's content to be displayed on Play Station 3, with Xbox and Wii to follow.