Top 3 Most Expensive TVs in the World
Since television has become part of familial live, demand of TV units increasing progressively every decade. TV has evolved from a black and white tube to LCD, HD and Plasma. Here, we are going to talk about television that goes beyond the most expensive television production of the year. These TVs are very limited edition because the producer only intended these TVs for very limited person on the planet.
3. Yalos Diamond ($140,000) up to 46 inches
An Italian company, Keymat Industries came with the TV for the first time in 2008. Yalos Diamond is coming with 160 genuine diamonds weighting 20k in total. A Japanese designer, Takahide Sano designed the TV without visible screws or welds so that it looks sleek and flawless.
2. Beovision 4-103 Bang & Olufsen- $140,000
High price of Beovision 4-103 goes directly to exchange high technical minded behind the TV. Beovision 4-103 is 100 inches in diameter and the display is 100 Hz Plasma screen. It is wide and comes with Auto color management and Auto picture control sensor so that viewers will only get the best view for their eyes regardless how ambient is the room. As extra, Beovision 4-103 is completed with an adjustable motorized stands
1. Stuart Hughes’ PrestigeHD 55″/Supreme Rose Edition – $2.26 million
If you hear Stuart Hughes, you should already know that this person never made a cheap product.
For Stuart Hughes PrestigeHD, Stuart powered the TV with Metz LED technology and he took 28 kg of 18 carat rose gold combined with extra 72 round-cut flawless 1k diamond a piece and hand-sewn alligator skin on the bezel. This most expensive TV is nearly 1,5 more expensive than Stuart Hughes Supreme Rose Edition.
Supreme Rose Edition is coming with a price tag $1.5 million. Blinks over the 2nd most expensive TV is 19 kg of 22-karat gold and 48 brilliant round cut diamonds 0.75karat each.