British kids are sitting on a pile of hi-tech gizmos worth a whopping £28 billion, research has shown.
A third of children have electrical entertainment gadgetry worth £2,000, while 10% have kit worth £5,000.
It seems seven out of 10 children have their own TV in their bedroom, while six out of 10 have a games console and more than half have a DVD player.
Nine out of 10 children got the gadgets as presents, while the rest bought them with pocket money or cash from jobs.
It looks like you lot are a lucky bunch, as one in 20 parents admitted their child's room had more valuable stuff in it than any other room in the house!
And, even though your techno-toys are getting even more pricey, only 9% of parents reckons buying them for you is spoiling you.