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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 get lucky enough to win the lottery. Here's a look at the top 10 tech toys we'd like to spend some of our millions on.

Apple MacBook Air

Slim, sexy and surprisingly functional, the MacBook Air is a great traveling computer.

Although lacking all the features of a fully fledged MacBook or MacBook Pro, the MacBook Air offers a compact travel form unrivaled in the laptop market.

With no FireWire port, ethernet port or optical disc drive, the MacBook Air may initially seem a crippled computing choice. But when you're on a plane, on a train or in a car, you'll hardly miss what you'd never use anyway.

The MacBook Airweighs in at only 1.3kg and has a maximum thickness of only 0.76in, making it an attractive companion to slip into your briefcase, backpack or manila envelope. You'll be ready to pull it out and hop on the local Wi-Fi at a moment's notice.

MacBook Air

The MacBook Air isn't meant to be your household's primary computer. But when you're not at home, it can be just what the doctor ordered. You won't regret the £1,199 you'll spend on the Air.

Price: £1,199 from Apple, or get great deals on the MacBook Air at with PC Advisor Shopping

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