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TV is an item that almost every family owns, not only an ordinary entertainment device but also shows the class of the owner. Currently, many televisions are made from many luxurious materials such as diamonds, gold, etc., making them more expensive. Here are the top 10 most expensive TVs in the world as of the end of 2015.
Stuart Hughes Prestigehd Supreme Rose Edition TV
Stuart Hughes is famous for creating unique and beautiful things like the diamond-encrusted Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte, gold-plated iPhone with gems… including Stuart Hughes Prestigehd Supreme Rose Edition , the world’s most expensive TV gender. This TV is a luxury product for those who love expensive things to show their class as well as own an expensive and unique product.
Both are HD TVs with 55-inch screens, the PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition TV is more expensive than its sibling, the PrestigeHD Supreme. The TV is inlaid with about 28 kg of 18K pink and white gold. At the same time, the screen border is also encrusted with 72 1 carat IF Flawless diamonds and decorated with some gold motifs. Obviously, the price of this TV at 2.26 million USD at the time of launch, is not an affordable price for everyone. Therefore, with such a “huge” price, this TV is ranked first in most of the charts of expensive TVs.
TV The Titan Zeus
The Titan Zeus is the largest 4K TV model today with a screen size of up to 370 inches. With this super screen, viewers can watch 20 channels at the same time, and the TV screen also has a mode to automatically adjust the contrast and color quality to match the ambient light. As a result, this giant TV can be used both indoors and outdoors because of its high resolution, colorful light and vivid sound. At the time of the TV launch, the price was about 1.6 million USD
Stuart Hughes Prestigehd Supreme Edition TV
As a brother of the same line as the most expensive TV in the world, Stuart Hughes Prestigehd Supreme Edition is also not inferior when holding the 3rd position on the list. Also with the 55-inch size and HD resolution, Stuart Hughes Prestigehd Supreme Edition is also inlaid with 19 kg of 22K gold and the bezel is set with 48 0.75 carat IF Flawless diamonds. This TV is also attached with royal jade as well as many other precious stones. The price of this TV at the time of launch was about 1.5 million USD.
TV C Seed 201
To date, C Seed 201 is the world’s largest outdoor TV with a screen size of 201 inches. Along with that, the TV is special with its waterproof ability and delivers sharp images even in direct sunlight with a viewing angle of 270 degrees. Not only that, the TV can also “sprout” from the ground, unfolding or folding into seven easily. In addition, with the support of touch controls, you can adjust the height, screen angle or make the TV disappear when there is no need to use it. At the time of launch, the TV had a price of about 670,000 USD.
Panasonic TV TH-152UX1W
Panasonic is a very famous and trusted brand all over the world. In particular, the Panasonic TH-152UX1W TV stands out with its 152-inch screen and sharp 4K resolution. Along with that, the TV is also impressive with a weight of about 1282 pounds (equivalent to about 580 kg). Besides, you can also experience 3D content with sharp Full HD quality. As a result, watching movies on this TV will bring you an experience like watching in a theater. The price of this TV is about 500,000 USD.
Sharp TV LB-1085
In 2008, Sharp broke all records when it released the largest LCD TV. However, in 2011, larger screens appeared on the market, but the Sharp LB-1085 TV is still one of the most luxurious TVs in the world with a launch price of 158,000 USD. Although no longer possessing modern technology, these Sharp TVs are considered to be the best TVs available today in terms of durability. At the time of launch, the TV was priced at about 158,000 USD
TV Samsung UA110S9
With the Samsung S9 series of TVs, it is not wrong to assume that Samsung is definitely one of the leading manufacturers in today’s technology race. Samsung UA110S9 TV with 110-inch screen and powerful 4-core processor, helps the TV run applications quickly, without stuttering. Along with that, the Samsung UA110S9 TV is also equipped with modern 3D technology. With a price of about 152,000 USD, this Samsung TV ranks 6th in the list of the most expensive TVs in the world. At the time of launch, the TV had a price of about 152,000 USD.
Yalos Diamond TV
Although Yalos Diamond TV is not the largest TV in the world, it is unique thanks to its beautiful design and diamond-encrusted screen border. Yalos Diamond TV with 160 diamonds, weighing up to 20 carats and white gold around the rim, will definitely bring a classy and luxurious beauty to the owner. The person behind this unique idea is a Japanese designer, Takahine Sano. The price of this TV at launch was about 150,000 USD.
TV Beovision 4-103 by Bang & Olufsen
One of the largest televisions in the world today, Beovision 4-103 by Bang & Olufsen TV has a screen up to 103 inches. This TV has the ability to automatically adjust the picture as well as the color to ensure the highest display quality. Not only that, the TV’s 10-inch speaker set below the TV screen will bring many conveniences and options to users. The launch price of this TV is 135,000 USD.
Samsung Curved TV UN105S9
Finally, a TV from “giant” Samsung, TV Samsung Curved UN105S9. With a super terrible 105-inch curved screen, this Samsung TV also owns a sharp Ultra HD resolution. Not only bringing sharp and beautiful visual experiences with natural colors, Samsung TVs are also equipped with many modern imaging technologies to help turn your home like a mini cinema. The price at the time of launch of this TV was 120,000 USD.
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