Gadgets can come in all shapes and sizes. Some are cheap, and some are quite expensive. But sometimes, gadgets cost a small fortune, often because they are unique in some way and they may only be one-of-a-kind.
If you ever wondered what sort of super expensive gadgets we are referring to, then read on to find out 5 of the world’s most expensive gadgets!
MWE Emperor 200 PC WorkStation
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If you are bored with your average, run of the mill desk and chair to use your computer on, then for a mere £32,250 you could buy yourself the MWE Emperor 200 PC WorkStation!
The ultimate computer workstation comprises several exclusive features such as touchscreen control centre, air filtration system, light therapy, an electrically adjustable leather seat, space for up to 3 27” widescreen monitors, and many more features!
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The Seabreacher was designed to bring the unique experience of underwater exploration to everyone. They are all custom made to a customer’s exact specifications, and can be sold to anyone around the world. One could be yours for just £65,000.
Steinway Lyngdorf Model LS Concert Speakers
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If you would rather stay on land and enjoy some superior sound from your home entertainment system, then you should invest in a set of Steinway Lyngdorf Model LS Concert Speakers.
These two-way, floor-standing, dipole line source speakers have a power rating of 300w RMS and 900w max. Two channel amps are needed to power these precision speakers, in order to realise the potential of having speakers that provide the ultimate in audio experiences.
They are different to conventional speakers in that they are not housed within a cabinet, this is apparently so the open-baffle speakers can better interact with the room “much as a musical instrument would”. Well for £164,000 you would think they would!
Kuratas – The Japanese Human Rideable Robot
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Weighing 4.5 tonnes, the Kuratas is 4 metres tall and boasts an advanced control system that can be controlled with their AE V-sido control system, or with a mobile phone via 3G.
When you order a Kuratas, you can customise it to your exact specification. Order yours today – they are priced from a very reasonable £888,250. So to buy this you might just need the odd payday loan or two!
Apple iPhone 5 Black Diamond
Image by Stuart Hughes
One of the world’s most popular smartphones, the Apple iPhone 5 just got even better thanks to the custom design of Stuart Hughes.
It took 9 weeks of detailed and intricate work to recreate the original casing of the iPhone 5 in solid gold, which was all started and completed by hand.
A flawless, black single deep-cut diamond that weighs in at 26 carats has replaced the standard home button, while about 600 white diamonds with full gold dressing were used for the case surround. On the rear section, the Apple logo is in solid gold and utilises 53 diamonds.
A bog standard iPhone 5 (16GB) costs about £520. The price for this black diamond version? Only £10 million!