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This is a $10,000 iPhoneHere's a phone to match that gold Apple Watch. The security-enhanced KryptAll K iPhone comes coated in 24 karats for $10,000. At the Luxury Technology Show in New York, Bridget Carey peeks into the lifestyles of the rich and techie.
It's time to check out gadgets that make the Apple watch looks like a bargain. I'm Bridget Carey and this is your CNet Update. [MUSIC] The $10,000 gold Apple watch edition may seem a bit steep for most budgets. But there are people who will buy it. Most likely the same people that buy a $10,000, 24 carat gold iPhone packed with extra encryption. Say hello to the KryptAll K iPhone. KryptAll sells iPhones modified with an extra encryption chip placed inside for secure phone calls. It's a bit complicated, but it's using a special app to make a call over a secure data collection, and you have to buy minutes from the company. An encrypted iPhone 5s cost $4000, and the iPhone 6 is five grand. But if you want to add a bit of bling, they'll coat it in gold for $10,000. And they'll sprinkle it with diamonds for $40,000. The company says some clients are CEOs, heads of state and other wealthy people worried about hacking and eavesdropping. The Kryptall K iPhone was just one of the few gadgets on display at the Luxury Technology Show in New York City. Giving us the chance to explore the lifestyles of the rich and techy. Although it doesn't provide extra encryption, Lamborghini created a premium Android phone, the Tonino Lamborghini 88 Tauri. The gold and. Black, calf skin model will set you back $6300. If your big screen TV is putting a cramp in your interior design, then use the art screen by Vutec to hide unsightly flatscreens. This 42 inch motorized art print starts at $3200, but if you go larger it can cost up to 12 grand. Pick from a wide selection of licensed artwork or provide your own with permission from the artist. And why have a regular smart light when you can have the smart Cloud in your home? The Cloud by designer Richard Clarkson is an interactive lamp and speaker that reacts to the music it plays as well as nearby noise and motion. A large cloud costs $3360 or you can get a few tiny clouds at $480 a puff. The audio company Geneva creates home theater sound systems into single pieces of furniture. The model XXL television stand has a built in radio and wireless streaming. It's priced at $3500. The next model down includes a CD player and it's $2300. You'll be sure to confuse your guests who accidentally try to sit on this AeroSphere speaker. It costs $750 and it's coming out later this year. And for the home gym, you can get your own live and on demand spin classes with the Peloton bike. The $2000 spin bike is attached to a tablet that sends your progress to a live spin class, which costs $40 a month. That's your tech news update from our studios in New York. I'm Bridget Carey. [MUSIC]