After watching Batman, there might’ve been a part of you that wished you could relive every part of the movie again and again. Fortunately, it’s possible with a Dark Knight home theater, but unfortunately, this is a high-tech gadget only the rich can afford.
The entire theater costs over $2 million. It comes with a 180-inch screen TV, elevators, cave-like walls, a grandfather clock, gargoyles, and a bat symbol. To top it all off, there’s a 30-foot hidden exit that goes through a tunnel. Talk about being Batman’s biggest fan (passionbuz).
Premium sound quality comes at a cost, and that cost is $10,999. This record console is beautiful to look at, and the luxurious wooded design comes with six listening modes. It’s exactly what the artist intended when they built this console for design and quality.
If you’ve ever wanted a statement piece for your living room, then this piece of technology is exactly what you need. One day, maybe it’ll be something you can afford (The Gadget Flow).
It seems like speakers are getting more and more expensive as time moves on. The Bowers & Wilkins speaker has a museum-worthy design with damping tubes and a slick look. It costs a whopping $60,000 to own a pair of these speakers. The curved tubes enhance the sound with a rich, vibrating bass that’ll send the music to your soul.
This is something only rich people can afford, so it looks like we’ll stick to our tiny speakers until we have enough saved up. Even then, we’re not sure we’d want to spend that kind of money on these speakers (The Gadget Flow).
Everyone dreams of wearing a diamond ring one day. Typically, it happens when we get married, but sometimes, it happens a lot sooner. If you’re rich, you can afford this $1.2 million iPad. It’s crafted with 300-carat diamonds and 18-carat gold. The Apple logo is made with black diamonds. It’s almost better than a diamond ring, since you’re getting a variety of diamonds in one place.
Similarly to the laptop, this is a piece of technology we wouldn’t want leaving our house. It weighs over a kilogram, which means it’s heavier than most other laptops. This is best left on display, from the safety of our living room (The Times of India).