Technology for the obscenely wealthy

Planning on hitting the jackpot soon? From a gargantuan HDTV to your own flying car, here are nine new tech toys you'll want to decorate your life.

Tesla Roadster

Price tag: $109,000 (base price)
Normally cars give you a simple choice: You can be politically correct but plodding, as with the Toyota Prius. Or you can go very, very fast and burn through so much fossil fuel that Sarah Palin will start drilling on the North Slope just for you.
Tesla’s sports car represents a third way. It’s 100 per cent electric, goes from 0 to 60 in less than 4 seconds and can travel nearly 250 miles on a single charge. (Or so the Tesla Motors people say on the company's home page. But beware: The page is peppered with so many asterisks that it looks like a snow storm.)
Of course, a sceptic might wonder where all of that electricity — during peak acceleration, enough to power 2000 incandescent light bulbs — is coming from and how clean it is to produce. But at the speeds a Tesla can travel, you won’t have time for such concerns.

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