Televisions, cameras, headphones, calculators, photocopying machines and much more. How do you choose consumer electronics? Based on brand, design, price or functionality? Bring everything together and get luxury electronics that not just anybody owns.
Electronics include devices that we use most often for communication, entertainment and work. They evolve continuously and the prices are almost always declining. What was a mere dream ten years ago is now owned by almost everybody. But luxury electronics?
NOT ALL TELEVISIONS ARE THE SAME
Can you not imagine life without a television? Do you want to have the best image and audio at home? If you have answered YES twice, keep reading. A 3D plasma television by Bang&Olufsen with a motorised stand fits every interior. You can rest assured that the screen has an absolutely perfect image, ensured by the anti-reflexive layer, automatic colour balancing and image optimisation. And the price? 2,550,000 CZK. But if you are looking for something truly extravagant and don’t mind paying more for a television, let us introduce the most expensive television in the world - the Stuart Hughes Supreme Rose Edition, which costs 2.25 million dollars. The screen is 55 inches in diagonal and includes 28 kg of eighteen-karat rose gold. Diamonds and alligator skin are a matter of course. And to be precise - the technical parameters are somewhat secondary.
HEADPHONES FOR THE PRICE OF A PRIVATE CONCERT
If you aren’t familiar with the Sennheiser brand yet, it’s time to get to know it, because its second name is luxury. This company is signed under the most expensive headphones in the world - Orpheus HE 1060. They don’t just feature stunning design, but their technical parameters are more than superb. And the price? Fifty thousand euros. A bargain!
DIAMONDS HERE, DIAMONDS THERE
Each of us surely owns a mobile phone, but how many people have one studded with real diamonds? In technical terms, even the most luxurious and expensive phones are comparable to normal ones. But they differ in terms of the material they are made of. The most expensive mobile phone in the world is made of 24-carat gold, with more than 650 diamonds and a black diamond. And it costs more than 911 Škoda Octavia cars.