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Top 10 tech toys we'd blow a big lottery win on

Well we can dream can't we?

We've all dreamed about the things we might buy if we were lucky enough to win the lottery. Here's the top 10 tech toys we'd like to spend some of our millions on...

Husqvarna Automower solar robot lawn mower

Rare is the gadget that satisfies your rabid lust for technology, your wish to be greener-than-thou and your laziness all at once.

The world's first solar electric hybrid robot lawn mower cuts the grass so you don't have to. This nearly silent mower is built from 90 percent recyclable material, runs on electricity from the sun and puts out zero emissions.

(If the sun ain't shinin,' you can plug it in to charge it.)

Instead of collecting cut grass in a sack, the Husqvarna Automower turns it into a fine mulch and lays it over your lawn, which provides both fertilizer for your lawn and the elimination of another chore for you. Result.

You simply lay down an included 'boundary cable' as a way to tell the robot where your lawn ends (and where your flower bed or the pavement begins). Turn it loose in the yard and the Automower will do all the work.

Price: £1,699, Husqvarna Automower

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