Ahh, television! The boon for kids and bane for their parents. An invention so loved that they named it the idiot box. Yet, people still desire bigger and better televisions. Heck, there are people who would spend any amount of money to get the media consumption experience they desire. Hence, why this list of most expensive TVs has one listing for every need. Let’s begin!
#5 The BFG display from Nvidia.
Last year in January, the graphics card giant Nvidia saw a dream. They wanted to create the perfect display. Though many great TVs are found in the market none had the features that a PC monitor offered. On the other hand, PC monitors were limited by the fact that they just weren’t suitable for living room usage. Why am I mentioning all of this in a list describing one of the most expensive TV you ask?
That’s because Nvidia went ahead and created the ultimate TV. They worked closely with big brands like Asus, Acer, and HP to create some of the most stunning TVS. From HDR, G-Sync, Dolby Vision, 4K, Smart features to stunning looks and robust designs. While other TVs on this most expensive TV list are no slouches. These TVs have everything that one would want in their living room.
By creating these TVs Nvidia has made a compelling case for numerous gamers around the world. Previously, they had no such option and had to decide between the couch and a desk. Now, they can head-shot rookies during the day and Netflix and chill at night all from the comfort of their couch.
Cost of experiencing one of these? A mere $4,999 bucks. Quite a steal if you ask me. As far as value goes this entry on this most expensive TV list offers quite a lot. Unlike others which are expensive mostly due to their aesthetics, this one actually is a technical marvel.
#4 The LG Wallpaper TV
When I first came across this TV, I was quite surprised. The sheer engineering that LG poured into this amazed me. At 0.2 inches thick, this is the thinnest TV anyone has ever seen. How is it so thin you ask? Well, it is literally just a sheet of pixels and nothing else. Quite fitting for one of the most expensive TVs ain’t it.
Now, you must be wondering where the heck did the electronics go? Well, they didn’t ask a genie to woosh it away. Instead, they consulted their wise engineers and moved it all inside the soundbar. Yes, this TV comes with a soundbar as well. You would think that one of the most expensive TV has speakers as well but what can be done. Unfortunately, there is no tech that can make good sounding 0.2 inch thick speakers.
Therefore, they did the next best thing and included an awesome Soundbar with the TV. The features on this TV include Dolby Vision, support for all 4 standards of HDR, Infinite contrast and of course, 4K. While mounted on the wall, this TV almost vanishes like a ghost. One would think that one of the most expensive TV will be shouting “Look at me!” but this one doesn’t.
Instead, the stealthy approach gives a feeling that whatever you are viewing on the TV is actually floating mid-air. The TV essentially disappears and presents to you the most stunning visuals unfiltered. The soundbar is also quite competent when it comes to audio. But, don’t take my word for it. Just watch the video below and you’ll get my point.
The price of this? $19,999 bucks. Surprised? Don’t be. Did you really think that this entry on the most expensive TV list was gonna cost you less than a Subaru Impreza!?
#3 “The Wall” by Samsung.
What happens when you merge two things that kids like? The Wall comes into existence. When Samsung took a long hard look at TVs nowadays they were not impressed. TVs by this point have gotten boring. While the examples above keep it fresh; many of the most expensive TV comes with many compromises.
For starters, OLED tech itself isn’t perfect. While it can offer perfect blacks and great viewing angles, it can very easily burn in. And no one wants to spend $$$$ on a TV just to have it display the same picture forever. QLED, on the other hand, doesn’t suffer from burn-in and has superior brightness. But, the blacks and viewing angles leave something to desire. Again, something you wouldn’t want in one of the most expensive TV.
The solution? Micro-LEDs. This tech uses inorganic materials for the LEDs and solves the biggest flaw of the OLED. Plus, it has even superior brightness and can display “purer” colors. Ideal for the display of one of the most expensive TV.
It does not stop there though. Samsung went one step ahead and outfitted this tech on modular panels. These panels can be used to create a TV according to your own very very special needs. You can have any resolution/size/layout you want. The panels themselves are quite thin as well.
The main benefit of this tech is that if by accident you cracked the screen. You will only need to replace the affected panels instead of replacing the whole thing. Quite nifty ain’t it.
At $100,000 for a 146-inch config, this thing sure isn’t cheap. But then, nothing on this list of most expensive TVs is. However, you do get a compelling feature set for your Benjamins.
#2 Titan Zeus
While the folks at Samsung were busy with their Legos; British TV manufacturer Titan was creating the Zeus. Now, we know that many people just like it bigger. After all, they do not care about how the size is utilized; they simply care about the size itself. Hence why Titan unveiled this 370-inch monstrosity to the world. A fitting candidate for the #2 position in this list of most expensive TV.
At that size, you would think that getting a projector would be a wise choice but nah. Projectors just aren’t up to the task. When all is said and done, a TV just provides more comfort to the end user. The picture quality of a TV is better in many cases and TVs are usually a plug and play affair.
Plus, having a TV as big as the wall will make it easier to convince others that it really is one of the most expensive TV. The weight of this beast is nothing to scoff at either. At a ton, this massive TV needs a custom-built Hummer just to be delivered to the buyers. The company will also send some technicians to help you set it up. After all, you would not want to handle one of the most expensive TV by yourself and risk breaking it.
The price of this TV is as bonkers as the TV itself. Your wallet needs to have at least $1.6 million to take this TV home. Plus, a living room suitable enough for it to reside in as well. Though, if you are buying this, I would assume you have a home suitable enough for one of the most expensive TV.
#1 Stuart Hughes Prestige HD Supreme Rose Edition
This TV costs $2.25 mil. Wanna know why? It’s because of the glorious name. Confused? Don’t be. The most expensive TV in the world costs this much because it has the words “Prestige”, “Supreme”, “Rose Edition” in its name. Not satisfied with this explanation? Well, there are other factors as well. They just aren’t as important as that glorious name.
I will tell you about them since you asked. This 28 Kilogram behemoth is made out of solid eighteen carats rose gold. Along with the gold it also has 72 round cut diamonds. Pebble-dashed at that! Sunstones and amethysts are also included to make the most expensive TV worth its penny. If all of that wasn’t enough, the inner bezel is made out of hand-stitched alligator skin.
The most expensive tv is the brainchild of Stuart Hughes who is notorious for creating needlessly expensive gadgets. The manufacturing prowess was provided by Prestige HD.
All the diamonds in the most expensive TV are 1F flawless ones with a brilliant round cut. The TV is 55 inches in size and waiting to be hung on the wall of your billion dollar mansion.