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Expensive Televisions of the world

Updated: Sep 29, 2022

We all know technology can be costly. In 2012, my parents bought a 65" Vizio smart TV for $1,700 retail. The "smart" part of it barely worked and it needed to "warm up" when you turned it on. In fall of 2020, they bought a 70" JVC Roku TV for $800. The difference a few years makes in technology is kind of insane. Even with your average outstanding television, there will always be ones that are better, or at least, more expensive.

After searching, I found quite a few pricey televisions I'd like to share with you, from low to high.

7. Samsung UN110S9 - $150,000

This is a framed 110" 4K UHD smart TV and weighs 353 pounds. It was released in 2014. The TV is enclosed in a type of easel. Other features include voice and motion control, instant-on so you can watch right away, a full internet browser, and more. You can see more about the TV on this Amazon listing page.

6. Samsung UN105S9B - $260,000

This is another framed, 4K UHD TV released in 2014. However, this one is 105" and curved. It weighs about 354 pounds and is enclosed in an easel. Voice and motion control are included in this TV, too. Something this TV comes with that the last Samsung doesn't is two pairs of 3D glasses. See more at the Amazon listing page.

5. Panasonic TH-152UX1 - $500,000

This TV is a little different than the last two because it has a plasma display. It has a 152" screen and weighs roughly 1,300 pounds. It has 3D capability and, because of the number of pixels on the screen, is considered a 4k HDTV. Read more about it on Reviewed.

4. C Seed 201 - $655,000

What makes this TV different than others on this list so far, is that it's meant for the outdoors. It's different than other outdoor televisions, too. It's considered one of the largest LED TVs. The screen is 201", has 725,000 LEDs, a 100,000 Hz refresh rate (for reference, the Samsung TVs above have a refresh rate of 120 Hz - which is good), 12 broadband speakers, and 3 subwoofers. On top of all that, it also folds into seven parts and comes with underground storage so it can be completely hidden from plain sight. If you have the money, this is definitely the way to go with outdoor televisions. Read more about it on CoolThings.

3. Stuart Hughes Prestige HD Supreme Edition - $1,500,000

This television is mediocre in terms of features. It's a basic 55" LED TV. So, what makes it a $1.5 million TV? Probably the 22k gold, the gems (aventurine and topaz), the 48 diamonds, and the alligator skin frame. You can check out Stuart's website here to see what else might cost you a small fortune and you read a little more about the TV at the link in number one.

2. Titan Zeus - $1,600,000

This is a 370" 4K television. Yes, television. It has 65 billion colors and offers perfect outdoor settings. It's sealed so if it gets wet from rain (or as described, a pool), it would be fine. It also has an insane brightness level making it easy to see even on the brightest of sunny days. Measuring 32 ft wide and 15 feet tall, it's said you need to be at least 50 feet away to enjoy the full picture. In case you're wondering, this TV is bigger than an elephant (18-21 ft wide, 9-10 ft tall). While we would love to be able to offer you this TV, only one was ever made and the receiver wanted to remain anonymous. Read more about it and Titan on Business Insider.

1. Stuart Hughes Prestige HD Supreme Rose Edition - $2,250,000

Another one? Yes, and it's $750,000 more than the other one. Why? It's also a basic 55" LED TV. However, this one includes 28kg (61.7 pounds) of solid 18k rose gold, 72 flawless (meaning they cost anywhere from $1,800 to $12,000 each) diamonds, and gems (sunstone and amethyst, to be specific). The inner frame also has hand-woven alligator skin. Read more about both TVs on Tom's Guide.

Aside from the size and the flashy add-ons, you can get most of the features these televisions offer with us for a much, much cheaper price. Unless one of these just really made your heart flutter, then give us a call anyway. We'll see what we can do.


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