Televisions have come a long way from the black and white tubes that served as the centerpieces in most living rooms in the mid-20th century. We now have flat-screen plasma televisions and flat-screen televisions available in a variety of sizes and for different prices. While companies generally prefer to make TVs that the average person can afford, there are a few, due to the high prices that luxury screens carry.
- 1 Stuart Hughes’ PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition: $ 2.26M
- 2 Le Zeus: $ 1.6M
- 3 PrestigeHD Supreme Edition by Stuart Hughes: $ 1.5M
- 4 C-SEED 201: $ 680,000
- 5 Panasonic 152-inch plasma television: $ 500,000
- 6 Sharp LB-1085 LCD TV: $ 160,000
- 7 Yalos Diamond: $ 140,000
- 8 BeoVision 4 – 103: $ 136,000
- 9 Samsung UN105S9 105-inch Curved 4K Ultra HD 120Hz Smart 3D LED TV: $ 120,000
- 10 Samsung UN85S9 85-inch 120kHz Ultra-Smart 4K 3D LED TV: $ 40,000
Not Samsung, but Panasonic, but it is Stuart Hughes, a company specializing in the manufacture and distribution of luxury electronics, which offers the most expensive television in the world. The gorgeous PrestigeHD Edition of Supreme Rose will set you back $ 2.26 million, plus a TV with an all-gold outer bezel and diamonds for the power buttons. About 62 pounds of gold were used to create the outer frame, as well as 72 diamonds of 1 carat each. Shiny stuff aside, you got yourself a stylishly designed TV with high picture quality.
Le Zeus: $ 1.6M
Known as the largest TV ever, the Zeus is a bespoke 370-inch monster. Created by the independent British company Titan Screens, this extraordinary television is so large that it estimates the number of its elephants at four. Of course, no factory can pump elephant-sized TVs, so Titan Screens collects them on-site by hand. Measured at 25 feet wide and around 14 feet high, this TV is created by putting together several smaller screens (although each is still huge). It might sound like a cheat, but the result is what matters, and the end product is an incredibly awesome viewing experience.
PrestigeHD Supreme Edition by Stuart Hughes: $ 1.5M
Again, it’s Stuart Hughes with a TV designed for the few who are lucky enough to afford it. The PrestigeHD Supreme Edition is a 55-inch television with 19 kilograms of 22 karats yellow gold. The 48 diamonds in this cut are cut in the round and weigh 0.75 carats per piece. To top it off, this TV is also adorned with topaz and aventurine gemstones.
C-SEED 201: $ 680,000
This TV is so large that it was designed to fit in your garden. With amazing picture quality provided by a 201 inch 16: 9 LED screen, you can get into the game by cooking burgers on the grill. At the center of this exceptional system is a multi-source media server that transfers HD audio and video data to the screen using Windows 7 software. Designed to withstand inclement weather, this system is equipped with wind sensors, temperature, and laser. When not in use, it is stored underground in a waterproof tree, and just press a button on the TV’s wireless remote control to open the storage shaft, and a support column in the form of a pillar rises. The pillars can reach 15 feet in 15 seconds.
Weighing 1,272 pounds, this 152-inch plasma television offers a stunning 4096 x 2160 pixel resolution. In HD quality, it delivers a distinct 3D picture and gets this: The ratio used in this TV is the same as in the cinema, which is 17: 9.
Sharp LB-1085 LCD TV: $ 160,000
This 108-inch screen offers a 176 ° viewing angle and has 1 DVI input port and 3 HDMI ports. The TV’s brightness is 400 cd / m2, its response time is 6 milliseconds, and its picture quality is 1080p. Talk about an enjoyable viewing experience.
Yalos Diamond: $ 140,000
If you are dazzled by diamonds, this is a dream come true for your living room. Manufactured by Keymat Industrie of Italy, Yalos Diamond has 160 real diamonds studded on its panel, totaling 20 carats, and is plated with white gold. This beauty is available in sizes up to 46 inches and supports high definition images with crisp resolution.
BeoVision 4 – 103: $ 136,000
If you think size matters, indulge yourself with the Bang & Olufsen television, BeoVision 4-103. This 103-inch plasma TV comes with advanced features such as a motorized stand to adjust the viewing angle, automatic picture control, and automatic color management. No doubt, this plasma screen gives you a beautiful picture.
Samsung UN105S9 105-inch Curved 4K Ultra HD 120Hz Smart 3D LED TV: $ 120,000
This modern screen will give you the ultimate immersive experience. With its lifelike 4K UHD picture quality, you can watch your favorite movie or sport at four times the resolution of Full HD. UHD Upscaling provides a full UHD picture experience with a proprietary process including signal analysis, noise reduction, and detail enhancement. In addition to its panoramic effect, the TV has an automatic depth enhancer, an innovative picture technology that analyzes regions of each image and adjusts the contrast for better depth perception. for darker colors and brighter whites, eliminating the “halo” effect.
Samsung UN85S9 85-inch 120kHz Ultra-Smart 4K 3D LED TV: $ 40,000
What sets this LED-backlit LCD TV apart from the pack is its most striking feature, which Samsung calls its “Timeless Gallery” frame. Although the device works dual function by incorporating the TV speaker system. The frame can be used as a stand, making it look like an artist easel and when attached to the wall it looks more like a jazzy photo frame. In either case, the frame/stand allows the TV to be moved, allowing its position to be adjusted. Another awesome feature is that this TV is equipped with a built-in camera to support motion control and Skype video calls.