The world's most expensive geeky gifts and gadgets

The world's most expensive geeky gifts and gadgets

Summary: Have deep pockets? Perhaps a few of these gifts will tempt you. Jeweled USB or batcave, anyone?

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  • How about a pair of speakers cast in metal for a better audio experience?

    D&W's Aural Pleasure Loudspeakers are limited edition and inspired by London's Big Ben. 

    For better amplification, the speakers are cast in bronze, silver or 18ct gold. The specifications are:

    • Sensitivity 97db 1w@1mtr
    • Impedance 5 Ohms
    • Frequency range 47Hz- 37Khz +\-4db & 39Hz-47Khz +\- 10db

    Willing to splash out? The bronze will set you back £40,000 ($64,000), the silver cost £200,000 ($322,000), and the gold are a bargain at $3,000,000 ($4.8m).

  • Elite home theater seating's "theme theater" projects include a batcave, pirates of the caribbean and a Las Vegas showroom. 

    Costing millions of pounds each, it's a must for any die-hard film fan.

  • An illuminated coffee table from Suck UK makes a cool addition to any living room.

    Made of brushed stainless steel and a glass top,  power cables and switches alternate whatever lighting you're in the mood for. 

    In addition, a built-in power cable lets you plug in your laptop. It'll only cost you at least £2000 (£3100).


Topic: Tech Industry

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