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7 Gadgets only Mega Millions winners can afford
A world-record $540 million Mega Millions jackpot has lottery players lining up for tickets. But what would you buy with your winnings? Here's how to make a dent in that dough: We spend $1.3 million for you on some crazy-expensive hardware.

Hasselblad H4D200MS digital camera

The highest resolution digital camera ever
Price: $45,000

Enthusiasts and amateurs alike are drooling over the Hasselblad H4D-200MS, which boasts an amazing 200-megapixel resolution and a heart-attack inducing price tag.

Hasselblad

Olive O6HD Music Server

Skip the iPod
Price: $5,000

If you really, really care about the quality of your digital music collection -- and its playback -- skip the iPod or discount MP3 player and buy the Olive O6HD Music Server. This hand-built high-end hi-fi addition features a 2TB hard drive and10.1-inch touchscreen.

Olive

$350,000 Triceratops

The must-have animatronic triceratops
Price: $350,000

What's 20 feet long, weighs over 1,300 pounds, and tracks your movements with its camera-eyes? Obviously, an Animatronic Triceratops -- a gift only a Mega Millionaire could love.

Hammacher Schlemmer

octane_beer_arcade_machine

A beer-fueled arcade machine
Price: $6,000

Not only does the Octane 120 Beer Arcade Machine support driving drunk, it even includes a kegerator behind the rear seat — with a secondary tap in the dash — so you don't have to pull over to get a refill.

Dream Arcades

Celsius Phone

The most expensive phone money can buy
Price: $300,000

The Celsius X VI II Watch Phone features an elaborate watch that's completely visible from the front face, opening up to show a more pedestrian flip phone interior. Only 18 were made.

Celsius

Avantgarde Trio Classico

Treat your golden ears right
Price: $190,000

The Avantgarde Trio Classico match brainwashing-capable looks with otherworldly audio thanks to three horn drivers -- a low-midrange, midrange, and tweeter -- and four dedicated subwoofers, all of which combine to pump out sound literally capable of transporting you anywhere in the universe. And if you believe all of that, you might actually be crazy enough to pay for them.

Avantgarde

Gold-Plated Nintendo Wii

A gold-plated gaming experience
Price: $480,500

Simply playing MarioKart isn't good enough for the Mega Millionaire. Instead, play it on a game console that costs about half a million dollars, thanks to Stuart Hughes.

Stuart Hughes

7 Gadgets only Mega Millions winners can afford

A world-record $540 million Mega Millions jackpot has lottery players lining up for tickets. But what would you buy with your winnings? Here's how to make a dent in that dough: We spend $1.3 million for you on some crazy-expensive hardware.

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