Yalos Diamond TV- Worlds Most Expensive TV

. Thursday, September 27, 2007
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Following on from the likes of the i.Beat Organix Gold MP3 player, costing a cool £13,600, and the £160,000 Black Diamond mobile phone, the latest highly desirable piece of technology to feature in Thoughts from the Sidelines’ TechnoLust category is the rather fetching Yalos “Diamonds” LCD TV.

Created by the Italian company Keymat Industrie with input from Japanese designer Takahide Sano, this seriously bling 40 inch LCD TV boasts no less than a full 20 carats worth of diamonds embedded in white gold on the screen’s tempered crystal surround as well as two tuners and is, of course, is fully HDTV compliant.

However, as you would expect, it carries a serious price tag.

Further interesting features of the Yalos “Diamonds” LCD TV are that there are no visible screws or joins which affords this TV is incredibly sleek and refined appearance. The official site even mentions that the TV’s logo has “been screen-printed backwards and changes colour depending on whether the set is on or off”.

The set has provision for 1080i and 720p high definition picture formats and utilises Pixelworks technology so as to further unsure that the television’s picture is as clean and sharp as the sets overall design.

Further features include one HDMI, VGA, DVI, 2 x YPbPr, 2 x Scart, 2 x S-Video, 2 x CVBS connections, a resolution of 1366 x 768, a double RF tuner and a picture contrast ratio of 1200:1.

The price? A staggering £67,500.00.

Source : gemscollection