The 3 Most Expensive Televisions Money Can Buy

By on April 19, 2012 in ArticlesEntertainment

The average American may own a television or two, but the average American doesn't have one of these units hanging in their family room. From impressive technology to lavish looks, the following three TVs are the most expensive on Earth.

Panasonic TH-152UX1W: $770,000

Panasonic's 152-inch flatscreen may not have an over-the-top appearance, but it has features worth splurging on. The plasma TV has a 4,096 x 2,160-pixel resolution and weighs 1,200 pounds.

Titan Zeus: $1.7 million

This massive 370-inch television by U.K.–based Titan Screens is packed with 65 billion colors and 4K resolution. Plus, it weighs just shy of one ton, and there was only a total of four models made. So, if you have the space for this 26 x 16-foot TV, what are you waiting for?

Stuart Hughes PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition: $2.25 million

Considered to be the most expensive television in the world, this luxury television designed by Stuart Hughes and manufactured by PrestigeHD using Metz technology is crafted in 28 kilograms of solid 18-carat rose gold. In addition to Sunstone and Amethyst gems, the frame contains 72 round-cut 1-carat diamonds. There is also hand-stitched alligator skin on the TV's inner bezel.

Articles Written by Caitlin St John
Caitlin St John is a writer and editor who covers everything from fitness and celebs to lifestyle and design. A New Yorker through and through, Caitlin resides in Queens by way of eastern Long Island. Follow her on Instagram.
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