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Top 10 Most Expensive Televisions in the World — One is Made of Diamond



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Television (TV) has transformed from a mere conduit of information into one of the most expansive and immersive forms of entertainment ever conceived.

TV has become a ubiquitous and essential part of our lives, from sitcoms to movies to live news broadcasts.

Most people spend as much as they can afford on a new television, but there are some wealthy individuals who could spend a few thousand or even millions to get one of the following most expensive TVs in the world:

10. Beovision 4-103 – $140,000

The Beovision 4-103 is one of the world’s largest commercially available flat-screen TVs, with a massive 103-inch screen.

It costs $140,000 to obtain one.

9. Samsung UN110S9VFXZA – $150,000

The Samsung UN110S9VFXZA is a 4K UHD TV, and it comes with an impressive 3840px by 2160px resolution and a 240 Hz refresh rate for its huge 110-inch screen.

It costs $150,000 to buy one of these Samsung TVs.

8. Samsung UA11059 – $152,000

The Samsung UA11050 is a high-end UHD TV with a price tag of $152,000.

Released in 2014, this TV pioneered a new type of device aimed at the luxury market.

7. Sharp LB-1085 – $160,000

In 2008, Sharp LB-1085 was launched. This TV was designed for 24-hour use, and it operates conditions in commercial spaces.

The Full HD screen delivers a great image in any lighting condition.

6. Samsung UN105S9B – $260,000

The Samsung UN105S9B is a 105-inch curved 4K UHD Smart TV. It is one of the most expensive TVs in the world, with a price tag of over $250,000.

5. Panasonic TH-152UX1 – $500,000

The Panasonic TH-152UX1 is a 152-inch 4K UHD plasma display that was released in 2013.

It was the world’s largest 4K TV at the time, and it remains one of the largest TVs on the market today.

The TH-152UX1 is designed for professional use in areas such as digital signage, video conferencing, and command and control centers. It is also a popular choice for home theater enthusiasts who want the best possible viewing experience.

4. C SEED 201 – $680,000

The C SEED 201 is a 201-inch MicroLED outdoor TV developed by C SEED Entertainment Systems and designed by Porsche Design Studio.

It is the world’s largest outdoor MicroLED TV, featuring a number of advanced features.

3. Stuart Hughes Prestige HD Supreme Edition – $1.5 million

This 55-inch TV is not as large as its competitors, and it lacks the bells and whistles of more impressive models.

However, it is covered in diamonds, gemstones, and alligator skin, making it a status symbol for the ultra-rich.

2. The Titan Zeus – $1.6 million

1. Stuart Hughes Prestige HD Supreme Rose Edition

The Stuart Hughes Prestige HD Supreme Rose Edition is the most expensive television in the world, with a price tag of $2.25 million.

It is covered in 61.73 pounds (28 kilograms) of rose gold, and it also contains diamonds, amethyst, and sunstone. The TV is also lined with handcrafted alligator skin.


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