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Last Updated: Friday, 1 June 2007, 15:42 GMT 16:42 UK
Motion-sensitive PC put to the test
Click's Spencer Kelly takes a hands-on look at three gadgets making the news.

He tries out a motion-sensitive laptop which is controlled through movement - much like the Nintendo Wii's game controllers.

Spencer comes up with a novel solution to an infuriating design quirk in a PDA with a magnetic screen.

A phone that has taken LCD screen technology to a new level also grabs his attention.

Click's Spencer Kelly tries out the new motion-sensitive PC

Click's full programme can be viewed at




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