Saturday, 25 August 2012

The World’s Most Expensive Gadgets

Technology is improving in leaps and bounds and has changed the way we live our lives on a daily basis. Can you remember back to before smartphones and tablet PC’s? Can you imagine your life now without these handy gadgets which have made such a huge impact on our lives?
With technological advancements the need for gadgets has emerged. Gadgets used to be a want, but these days we cannot operate without our trusted gadgets by our sides. Due to the demand, these gadgets are being designed to meet the needs of the users, many of them with a hefty price tag.
Here are some of the most expensive gadgets in the world; you may wonder how people actually pay for these items and why they would want to spend so much money on an item they could buy for a fraction of the price. But there is a demand and these items actually do sell.

Luvaglio Laptop


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A laptop is a laptop right? Well not really, not when you buy the Luvaglio Laptop with a seventeen inch screen and a diamond power button that you can remove and wear if you wish, which also doubles as a security feature for this $1 million laptop. The laptop offers a 128GB solid state drive and its own protective carry case for this astronomical price.

Diamond Crypto Smartphone


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Smartphones are designed to let you stay in contact on the go, whether it’s to check your email or phone a friend, this Windows CE operated phone sports fifty diamonds and has a heavy price tag of $1.2 million.

Harry Winston Opus 12 Wrist Watch

We all love a good wrist watch, something that complements our clothing and shows people our lifestyle. This watch has daggered arms indicating the hands and is a masterpiece on its own designed only for those with a couple of hundred thousand dollars to throw around. The watch comes with a price tag of $260,000.

Yalos Diamond LCD TV


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If bling is your thing then this twenty carat LCD TV is for you. Available up to fifty inch in screen size, the television offers a beautiful object to place in your home at a price of $130,000.

Bang and Olufsen Beovision 85” 3D TV

Well already you can see the advantage of this 3D television, most 3D televisions on the market today are up to around 55 inches. The Danish audio and visual manufacturer has taken the size of the television to a whole new level complete with superior HD quality and phenomenal audio, so it should be when the television can cost up to $95,000 depending on whether you buy it with the mechanical arm or wall mounting.

A Diamond and Gold Hearing Aid


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If you are hard of hearing and hate the look of your hearing aid and you have some money to spare, this diamond and cold hearing aid from Widex may be just for you. Encrusted in two hundred and twenty 24 carat diamonds, the hearing aid costs $42,950.

Audio Quest Diamond HDMI 3D Cable


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With the way technology is moving we all need HDMI cables in our homes, they link to our television and computers offering high quality high definition pictures. But when you choose to pay $18,000 or a sixteen metre HDMI cable that has 3D capabilities, you must have plenty of money to throw around.

Vertu Constellation Phone


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Smartphones are the way we live our lives, but Vertu has taken it one step further with a luxurious smartphone that offers its own concierge service along with a dedicated security specialist all enclosed in a red gold case that offers the ultimate in smartphone technology. You can buy this Vertu phone for $13,800 to get to enjoy all the features it has to offer.

Apple MacBook


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When it comes to Apple products you have to wonder if you are just paying for the name. You can expect to pay around $3,600 for a fifteen inch Apple MacBook and enjoy its streamlined design with the same spec you would find on a cheaper laptop.
Diamonds are a girls best friend but so are gadgets for Jonny D at Ladbrokes Games Online, a big thank you goes out to Jonny D for sharing these impressive gadgets with us; you better get saving for your luxury gadget today!
SOURCE: TECHTALKAFRICA

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