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There are hundreds of gadgets on the market. They range in different categories, prices and features. Over the years, I have come across so many tech products but every time I see an overpriced device, I wonder what makes it so expensive. Is it the technological features or the brand or just the lack of competition? On the other hand, there are few products that are expensive but the price is worth their features. For example, an electric bike. Expensive electronics like eBikes prove to be a great way to save your time and money in the long run.




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A drone is an expensive gadget but it is one of the coolest things anybody can get. I know it because I have purchased not one but two drones, a DJI Mavic Pro and a DJI FPV. When you get a drone, you are not just getting an electronic toy but a gateway to a different perspective. The first few flights are nervous but once you get the hang of it, you will be able to explore different views and perspectives of the places around you. DJI undoubtedly has some of the coolest and smartest drones on the market. They have drones in different price ranges but if you are a hobbyist, I recommend getting Mavic Air 2 which is lightweight, easy to use and takes stunning pictures and 4K videos. For advanced users who like playing around with their drones, I recommend DJI FPV....


Samsung announced their new smart projector, the Freestyle at CES 2022 and the product went viral quickly due to its cool features. The Freestyle projector is so smart that it can optimize screen size, autofocus and image angle/level. So, if you were to point it to a curved wall or surface, this projector automatically levels the image to make it look like you are in a movie theater!Samsung Freestyle has a full HD (1080p) resolution and 550 lumens color brightness. With a contrast ratio of 300:1, you can expect detailed pictures. Weighing just 1.8 pounds, this projector is very portable. The projector also has a 180-degree design and you can turn it in any direction you want, you can even hook it to a ceiling and project something onto your floor.The Freestyle projector supports different streaming apps, music apps, etc. It supports voice assistants too. Moreover, equipped with stereo speakers, the projector sends the audio in every direction, giving you an immersive experience. The Freestyle is an expensive tech gift but it is worth its useful features....


There you have it, some of my favorite gadgets that are quite expensive but are worth the price. If you are looking for an expensive tech gift for your loved ones, you can definitely take a look at these products. If you have any cool product ideas or recommendations for us, let me know in the comments below and I will make sure to check them out.


Panasonic's 4K Windows 8 tablet sells for $6,000, but you don't have to worry about it breaking under stress. Since it's a Toughpad, Panasonic's rugged line of laptops and tablets, it can withstand being dropped from 2.5 feet. Rugged devices are usually much more expensive than regular computers since they're equipped to meet certain standards. But the 4k Toughpad's super-sharp 3,840x2,560-pixel-resolution display also accounts for its high price tag.


Designer Stuart Hughes has re-created Apple's iPad 2 and encrusted it with 12.5 carats of flawless diamonds. But that's not what makes it so expensive. According to Hughes' website, its the main front frame that's crafted from one of the oldest rock in the world, the more than 75-million-year-old ammolite, that makes it worth a whopping $5 million. Not to mention the 65-million-year-old T-Rex bones that are embedded within the rock.


If you thought $5 million was expensive for an iPad, how about paying $10 million for a smartphone? That's how much designer Stuart Hughes charges for his diamond-encrusted iPhone 5, which took nearly nine weeks to create by hand. Hughes re-created the iPhone 5's chassis with solid gold and embedded a single deep-cut black diamond.


Nothing stirs the soul of a Brit more than the thought of a piping hot cup of tea. However, a cold and forgotten cuppa is practically an insult to Queen and country. The Ember Mug2 is a very elegant (if expensive), solution to this distinctly British problem.


Shopping on Amazon can be a great way to save money on otherwise expensive tech. Tap or click here for quick and easy ways to save money when filling your cart. Just avoid the most common mistakes people make when buying electronics on Amazon.


You can also benefit from midseason or holiday sales. Labor Day is coming up, so you have many deals to look forward to. Another way to stop buying expensive electronics at full price is to use Honey.


Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Malaysia are the cheapest places in the world to buy technology such as smartphones, games consoles and tablet computers, while Venezuela, Angola and Brunei are the most expensive.


Consumers gifting an Android phone this Christmas will spend an average of $539.18 in Kuwait, while Venezuelans will have to spend the equivalent of $78,054.19. The sky-high figure for Venezuela is due to its economic crisis, where inflation is forecast to reach 1,500 percent in 2017. Angola ranks as second most expensive overall, where the average price of an Android phone is $2,641.01.


It may come as a surprise that Middle Eastern countries rank as some of the cheapest places for technology, but relatively high costs of living are offset by low VAT on consumer products. Developing countries such as Venezuela and Belarus are more expensive, because "inflation and import restrictions have taken a huge toll on consumer access to the market," according to Linio.


There are plenty of companies where you can sell electronics -- places that'll happily buy old fitness trackers, smartwatches, gaming consoles, laptops, digital cameras and other electronic equipment. In exchange, they'll send you cold hard cash, often in the form of a gift card or PayPal transfer. (Not too shabby for that MacBook gathering dust in your closet.) You can even sell your old electronics without having to visit a physical location such as a pawn shop, now that used electronics website options are becoming more popular. And you won't have to worry about paying for shipping or shouldering the cost of a fee, which is somewhat commonplace with services that sell electronics and old equipment.


The prices offered with trade-in programs on an old device are usually a little lower than what you could sell electronics for, but the reduced price is worth forgoing the headache of trying to sell on your own. Some places will even take broken items, but keep in mind that broken tech will sell at a much lower cost than a gadget that is still in good working order.


Among those for whom money is no object, there's a whole world of toys and gadgets to be purchased that many of us can only dream about owning. This is particularly true in the ever- evolving realm of high-end electronics, where each passing day, month, and year a variety of drool-worthy new products are released that typically come with a prohibitively steep price-tag. The latest example? Apple has just unveiled its new Mac Pro computer, which will set you back $6,000 (and that doesn't even include accessories like the monitor or monitor stand). Here's a look at some of the other pricey electronics that you might love to own, but don't actually need.


Price: 299,995 pounds (about $365,000) There isn't a single person who really needs a gold-plated Nintendo. Period. But for those with money to foolishly throw away (which is exactly who Stuart Hughes seems to be targeting with its products), the Nintendo Wii Supreme is the most expensive game console in the world. The Wii Supreme takes six months to create and includes 2,500 grams of solid 22-karat gold. The front buttons, meanwhile, are decorated with diamonds totaling 19.5 carats. Sounds perfect for perhaps the Sultan of Brunei.


Price: $24,999 An offering that aims to simplify the installation of a home projector, Sony's Ultra Short Throw 4K HDR Home Theater Projector creates ultra-high-definition images on any wall. Place the projector right next to a wall, and it will deliver an 80-inch display. Move the projector away from the wall and the screen size increases to a huge 120 inches. This projection system also offers more than four times the resolution of full HD. Native 4K features 8.8 million pixels, creating a picture that's so incredibly lifelike, it's like looking at the real thing, according to Sony. So yeah, way cooler than your old-fashioned projector. And way more expensive.


Price: $70,000 There are TVs, and then there are high-definition TVs. In this particular corner of the high-tech world, prices have truly gotten out of control. There are many legendary and elusive examples of the world's most expensive televisions, such as the Stuart Hughes Prestige HD Supreme Rose Edition, which was apparently selling for $2.25 million or more, but is no longer listed on the company's website. Among the examples of pricey televisions that you can actually find for sale, the Samsung 98-inch Class Q900 QLED Smart 8K UHD TV is clearly among the frontrunners at a cool $70,000. (Yes, the equivalent of some people's annual salary.) Not to worry though, financing is available, at a mere $1,944 per month, practically as much as a mortgage payment. For that price, Samsung promises AI-powered intelligent upscaling, stunning design, and smart home-ready features.


Price: $6,000 Let's take a look at the upcoming Mac Pro. Stunning and awe inspiring as this machine is designed to be, it's not only very expensive, it's also aimed squarely at professional users. Think: music producers or video makers. The new Mac Pro has a stainless-steel frame that is designed to be removed so that users can customize the computer and replace components. In particular, owners can scale up on RAM, processing, storage, and more. How many of us really need to be able to do that? 041b061a72


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