Swiss luxury company, Golden Dreams, releases the world’s most luxurious iPhone 5 collection using precious materials including alligator leather, diamonds and 24 karat gold. Each iPhone is finely hand-crafted by skilled artisans following the Swiss impeccable craftsmanship and precision, which made the most-sought-after mobile device even more high-end.
Golden Dream’s premium iPhone phone collection comes in three editions: the Desert Edition, Gold Edition and Diamond Edition. The Desert Edition, also known as the first leather covered iPhone 5 in the market, uses genuine ‘Mississippi Alligator’ that gives the device’s back that distinctive look and feel. The leather also comes in a palette of black, orange, or white that suits every client’s preference, further redefining luxury and exclusivity. Read more
First released in 2007 by UK-based bespoke luxury goods creator Luvaglio, the Luvaglio Laptop is the first ever laptop computer that carries the one million dollar price tag.
The pricey gadget features a 17″ widescreen LED lit screen with a specially designed anti-reflective glare coating for clear and brighter image while rare diamonds are embedded around the frame of the computer.
Exclusive elite gadgets maker Stuart Hughes designed the Diamond Rose iPhone 4 , touted as the world’s most expensive phone priced at £5,000,000 ($8 million). The phone is set with 500 flawless diamonds which total over 100 carats surrounding the bezel. The phone’s sides and back are clad entirely in rose gold.D2P3G8NFMPBG
The main navigation button at the front is made from platinum upon which a single cut 7.4ct pink diamond is embedded. A rare 8 carat single cut flawless diamond can be used on the button in case the customer is not into pink diamonds. The Apple logo at the back is encrusted with 53 diamonds.
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.