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Most Expensive Gadgets For CEOs

Gadgets today have become an indispensable part of every home. These instruments not only make lives easier but also enhance our productivity. As the demand for smart appliances is on the rise, luxury designers have introduced jazzed-up versions of popular products for the rich and famous.

Below mentioned are a few suggestions of the costliest executive tools that CEOs wouldn’t be caught without:

  1. iPhone 5 Black Diamond
    Price: $15 million
    Crafted from 135 g solid gold and studded with 600 white diamonds, the iPhone 5 Black diamond is a true wonder in all aspects. The stunning mobile is studded with a black deep-cut diamond that replaces the home button. Weighing 26-carat in total, this opulent product took nine weeks to build and is designed by Stuart Hughes.
  2. Hart Audio D&W Aural Pleasure Loudspeakers
    Price: $4.7 million
    These pair of majestic speakers are built-in 18-carat gold which makes them one of a kind. Not only do they produce a well-balanced audio signal, but are also embedded with a high-frequency unit at the center, which drives the treble. Each loudspeaker weighs 50 kg without the drivers and has a total frequency range between 47 Hz to 37 kHz.
  3. MacBook Air Supreme Platinum Edition
    Price: $500,000
    Apple, as we all know, has created a benchmark for making the most exorbitant products in the world. Taking the legacy forward is the MacBook Air Supreme which weighs a whopping 7 kg and is made using pure platinum.
  4. Steinway Lyngdorf Model LS Concert Speakers
    Price: $250,000
    The Steinway Lyngdorf Model LS concert speakers are a dream purchase for every audiophile. What makes the device unique is that each unit is embossed with a glossy black side and 24-carat gold accents. Standing eight feet tall and 16-inches in width, these help in recreating the concert experience in the comfort of your home.
  5. Cameal Diamond iPads
    Price: $1.2 million.
    Cameal London has grabbed the pulse of every gadget lover by launching this diamond-encrusted iPad. Studded with 18-carat gold, the appliance has 300-carat diamonds and weighs over 1 kg. Also, the home button and Apple logo on the back are peppered with black diamonds, which gives a sophisticated appearance.
  6. Jarre iPod and iPad Docks
    Price: $560k
    This technological marvel is the brainchild of musician Jean Michael Jarre and is available in three colors. The doc produces an output of 10,000, has a built-in ladder, and has a 6.35 mm jack for connectivity. Striking in looks, the home entertainment system is compatible with all devices, including Apple iPhones.
  7. Yalos Diamond TV
    Price: $140k
    Technology and design are beautifully amalgamated in this television set. The sides of the TV are encrusted with 160 diamonds which mimics the night sky perfectly. With a picture format of 1080i and 720p high definition, this makes an apt purchase for the elites.
  8. Focal Utopia by Tournaire
    Price: $120k
    Handcrafted by the father-son duo Phillipe and Mathieu Tournaire, this headphone stands out for its exceptional design. One of the astounding features of the audio system is that it carries the mark of a trilogy that represents evolution. Made from 18-carat gold and embellished with 6.5-carat diamonds, it takes more than one year to create this masterpiece.
  9. Poison Dart Frog Watch
    Price: $103k
    This limited edition watch is developed by MB&F, a Swiss company. The high-tech timepiece has intricate detailing of 18k gold screws and a 22k gold-rotor frame which gives it a grand impression. An interesting fact about the wristwatch is that the wearer can easily note the time from a variety of angles without any hindrance. All of this together makes the gadget one of its kind and a must-have for big shots.

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Sophie Ireland
Sophie is currently serving as a Senior Economist at CEOWORLD magazine's Global Unit. She started her career as a Young Professional at CEOWORLD magazine in 2010 and has since worked as an economist in three different regions, namely Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, East Asia, and the Pacific. Her research interests primarily revolve around the topics of economic growth, labor policy, migration, inequality, and demographics. In her current role, she is responsible for monitoring macroeconomic conditions and working on subjects related to macroeconomics, fiscal policy, international trade, and finance. Prior to this, she worked with multiple local and global financial institutions, gaining extensive experience in the fields of economic research and financial analysis.

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