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Here's what's in the bachelor pad of tomorrow

The Fifties vision of robot butlers and voice-activated everything wasn’t entirely sci-fi nonsense.

Stuff magazine’s Tom Wiggins picks the tech that will turn your home into a gadget heaven.

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