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Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 4-85
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.
Falcon Northwest Mach V
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.
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.
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.