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Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 4-85

Falcon Northwest Mach V

Porsche Cayman R

Fujifilm FinePix X100

PSB Imagine Mini

Like your TV really large and have a grand per inch to spend? Then how about the 85-inch BeoVision 4-85 3D TV? For $85,000, you can own this rare beauty (only 36 units are made in a month.) The littler BeoVision brother, the BeoVision 10, begins at a more affordable $5,215 for the 32-inch model.
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If you're looking for the fastest gaming performance we've ever seen, look no further. The Falcon Northwest Mach V features Intel's Sandy Bridge Core i7 chip and set records in our gaming-related tests. We have a few nits to pick over the updated case design, and though we'd rather have no reservations about a $4,800 PC, on balance the new Mach V ranks among the best desktops available.
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Brian Cooley called this car "a bit of a boy toy, but a treat to drive." Starting at $66,300, the Porsche Cayman R tops out at 175 mph and boasts a 0-60 time of 4.7 seconds. If you're looking for Hot Wheels for an adult, this is it.
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It may not have the exorbitant price tag of some of the other items on this list, but the Fujifilm FinePix X100 is still quite the luxury for many a photog. The X100 delivers better photo quality than all of its less-expensive competitors, generally comparable to or better than the midrange dSLRs in its price range.
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PSB has a knack for making bona-fide high-end speakers with real-world prices. Even by PSB's high standards the Imagine mini is a standout design sure to please any audiophile on your list.
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