You can get “normal” versions of these gadgets hundreds or thousands of times cheaper. Find out what makes these prices so high… and crazy!
1. Vertu Signature Touch ($18,000-$20,000)
First in our list of the priciest gadgets is a mobile phone. Design and casing is what makes Vertu Signature Touch ridiculously expensive. Its casing is made of grade five titanium alloys and natural-grain alligator leather while the display is made of scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.
2. Ego Lifestyle Emerald PC Notebook Computer ($20,000)
With 2GB RAM and 160GB hard drive, this laptop gives you nothing but style. Wealthy women or women with wealthy husbands can surely afford to buy this just to make a lot of heads turn.
3. Yalos Diamond TV ($130,000)
If watching in an HD Smart TV is not enough, get a television adorned with diamonds.
4. Poison Dart Frog Watch ($103,264)
This watch looks like a frog and is made of high-tech zirconium case covered with sleek, black layer of PVD. Its 18k gold screws and 22k gold rotor will draw everyone with its alluring shimmer.
5. Sony PS3 Supreme games console ($200,000)
This is just an almost phased-out gaming console. It is not even the latest version of Sony PS3 but it is unbelievably this expensive because of the gold-plated cover.
6. The Luvalgio Laptop ($1 million)
As it was reported, Luvalgio laptop has a big rare diamond that serves as the power button. It is encased in a designer fabric and the casing is made of white gold.
7. 18-Carat Gold Speakers (4.7 million)
So what does gold do if it was used to create an average-sized gadget or hardware? It makes it a lot of times heavier and it makes it ridiculously expensive.
8. Stuart Hughes iPad 2 Gold History Edition ($5 million)
The iPad 2 Gold History Edition is encrusted with 12.5 carat of I’F’ flawless diamonds. A total of 53 sparkling gems are arranged beautifully to create the Apple logo and the rear section was made of 24 carat gold. Everything makes it heavier that the regular iPad 2 and thousands of times more expensive.
9. Stuart Hughes iPhone 5 ($10 million)
Here is another out-of-date device which is far more expensive than the latest models. Anyway, this iPhone 5 was reportedly (hand-made) by Stuart Hughes with casings crafted from one of the oldest rocks in the world. It was covered with solid gold and adorned with deep-cut black diamond.
10. 201-Carat Chopard Watch ($25 million)
This 201-Carat watch from Chopard sits at the top of all the priciest gadgets we’ve found. At first, why do you need an orgy of fancy stones on a watch? But a billionaire who likes this kind of stuff may even ask for a wall clock version.