Cozying up at home this monsoon? Make your movie marathon memorable with these high-end, premium televisions.
1. STUART HUGHES PRESTIGE HD SUPREME ROSE EDITION, $2.25 million
The Stuart Hughes Prestige HD Supreme Rose Edition holds the title of the most expensive TV in the world. It is available for $2.25 million and has diamond buttons, 2,500 grams of solid 22-carat gold, and 18-carat pink gold that is used in 28 kilograms of the solid frame as well as about 48 diamonds. The TV is designed by Stuart Hughes, who is known for creating some of the most expensive gadgets and smartphones in the world and is manufactured by Prestige HD. The 55-inch TV is gilded with eight kg of solid 18 carats rose gold, a frame dazzling with 72 brilliant round cut 1ct IF flawless diamonds along with Sunstone and amethyst, which is wrapped with alligator skin that has been hand sewn on the inner screen layer.
2. TITAN ZEUS – $1.6 million
The world’s second most expensive television set is priced high $1.6 million. The 4-K Titan Zeus caters to your every need, you can order a custom screen from this company – a waterproof TV, a curved screen to fit in your yacht – they can accommodate any shape or size you can dream up.
3. Stuart Hughes Prestige HD Supreme Edition – $1.5 million
55 inches big, the Stuart Hughes Prestige Supreme is no less than a work of art. With a 22-carat gold frame, this television has 48 diamonds along with adventurine and topaz.
4. PANASONIC TH-152UXIW – $770,000
For the price of $770,000, the Panasonic TH-152UXIW comes with numerous features like a 152-inch screen and 4,096 x2,160 pixels resolution. It gives full HD and 3D eye view, a 17:9 aspect ratio (usually reserved for high-end consumer electronics). It is considered one of the most expensive television sets in the world, and the price tag reflects its exceptional features. The set is exclusively sold in the UK.
5. C SEED 201 – $680,000
The C Seed 201 TV has a screen display of 201 inches. It is built to be used outdoors and can be stored underground at the push of a button. It can also rotate up to 270 degrees and is certain to make movie nights more fun. It costs about $680,000 and it has 2.222,640 LEDs, making it ten times brighter than a usual TV display. They come in two sizes, 144 inches and 201 inches, both are designed to be retractable.
6. Panasonic 152″ Plasma TV – $500,000
Once known as the largest television in the world, this TV is twelve feet wide by five tall. It is the equivalent of nine, fifty-inch TVs and weighs 1,272 pounds. The weight means special installation arrangements need to be made in advance. Unfortunately, this is one TV you may need a forklift.
7. SHARP LB- 1085 – $160,000
The 108-inch screen sells for $160,000. The LCD panel provides High-Definition Clarity and has a Versatile Interface, which is a major advancement in the field of television. The screen mode allows users to change the screen display to dark or bright.
8. SAMSUNG UA11OS9 – $152,000
Considered to be one of the most sophisticated TVs out there, the Samsung UA110S9 is priced at $152,000. It was released with an enormous 110-inch screen and very high picture definition. Some of the unique features of this TV are the quad-core processor, instant switch-on, built-in WiFi, 4 HDMI colour brilliance and UHD Up-scaling amongst other things.
9. BANG AND OLUFSEN BEOVISON 4-103 – $135,000
Bang & Olufsen Beovision 4-103 is a TV that is truly an experience in itself, taking home viewing to a whole other level. This TV was created in 2009 by the Danish company and is priced at $135,000.
10. PANASONIC KEYMAT YALOS DIAMOND – $130,000