If you are looking for a TV set that will go well with your newly furbished entertainment hall, you might want to look at Panasonic’s 152″ TH-152UX1W plasma television. Yes, you need a hall to fit this massive television, which is equivalent to nine 50″ sets stacked in a three by three grid. Panasonic usually sells this model for commercial applications such as airports and theme parks. But if you can afford its steep price tag of $958,000, I’m assuming that you have the space for it.
If ordinary tables with hardwood or tempered glass tops do not catch your fancy, you might want to look at Ideum’s MT55 Platform multitouch table. The 31″ tall table features a 55″ 1080p display screen on top capable of recognizing up to 32 different touch inputs at once.
That simply means 16 different people can use the multitouch screen at once with both their hands without the device running berserk. It runs Windows 7 along with a slew of custom software that makes use of the table’s unique touch capabilities. If the standard 8 GB of RAM and Intel Core i5 processor is too slow for your taste, you can upgrade to an even quicker i7 processor upon request.
T-shirts have gone enormous make over the years. They were originally worn as undershirts but now, T-shirts are worn frequently as the only piece of clothing on the top half of the body, whether you are dirt poor or a rock star.
Superlative Luxury is upping the ante even more by coming up with a T-shirt that can cost you $400,000! Quite a dent on the wallet you might say but it’s not your ordinary Fruit of the Loom variety. For one, it is studded with a total of 16 certified stones including 8 brilliant white diamonds and 8 exceedingly rare black diamonds, all of which weigh over one carat.
For the rich, greasy burgers and fries at McDonald’s just won’t work! These stuff are just too lowly and won’t satisfy hunger much more, feed the ego. Here is a list of the most insanely expensive food stuff in the world.
Yubari King Melons
This cantaloupe cultivar is prized for its juicy sweetness and beautiful proportions. To be able to bear that name, melons must be grown in the small Japanese town of Yubari, which only produces a limited number of the fruit each year. A perfectly matched pair can fetch as much as $26,000 during auctions. Regular Yubari melon, on the other hand, can damage you between $50 and $100 in Japanese department stores.
Looking for something that will surely put sparkles on your beloved pooch’s eyes? You might want to consider I Love Dogs Diamonds’ special diamond encrusted dog collar. Amour Amour, from the I Love Dogs La Collection de Bijoux, is a 52-carat diamond collar featuring three tiers of diamonds in a chandelier design.
The collar, which is studded with 1,600 diamonds, can be on your pet’s precious neck for the special price of $3.2 million.