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This Nokia virtual-reality camera costs $60,000

Good VR doesn't come cheap, as evidenced by Nokia's Ozo 360-degree video camera. Meanwhile, Swatch's next smartwatch has mobile payments, and Blocks lets you build your own smartwatch.

Want to create professional virtual-reality video? It can cost more than a car.

Nokia set a hefty price tag on its upcoming professional VR camera, and Google's GoPro rig can also break a budget. But if money isn't an issue, maybe the luxury Super Mario watch is something that can level-up your look. Watch CNET Update to also learn about what smarts Swatch is adding to its next watch, and how you can build your own dream smartwatch with Blocks:

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This Nokia virtual-reality camera costs $60,000