10 High-End Tech Gadgets That Are Way Out of Your Budget

Technology is the fast growing industry as of right now and it has no signs of slowing down anytime soon. In fact everything will be ran by technology in the near future. Technology is around us all the time, lately with computers, smart phones, televisions and gaming. So much has changed within this particular field over the years, it has come a long way since the days of the printing press and the first cellular phones. Computers and modern technology gadgets are used everyday all over the world, in many different ways. Computers and modern technology gadgets help with businesses and work from home opportunities. Social networking and games are also a big part of everyday life of people all over the world within the technology aspect.

The tech Industry continues to outdo itself, providing the unimaginable to society everyday. While most of us ogle these innovations with mouths agape, for those with a bit more disposable income, say a measly $50,000, you can own these high-end gadgets. Here are ten high-end gadgets that are way out of most of our budgets.

1. Inax’s Regio toilet is a prime example of what you really wish you could buy. With a dizzying amount of features, the Regio can most certainly elevate your cramped bathroom to palatial status. Did we mention that it’s automatic, flushes silently, plays relaxing music, and can clean itself? Starting price: $5,900.

2. Enjoy a game of Scrabble? Sure, your grandma’s wooden board from the 50s still works, but the RFID controlled board from Mind Sports International is truly the most convenient way to keep all those pieces in order. You know, it keeps score and stuff, and lights up in full Technicolor. Modern Scrabble can be yours for a cool $31,800.

3. Perhaps slightly more practical is the new Canon EOS-1D C. This camera, which retails for a humble $15,000, is capable of shooting at resolutions that far exceed 1080p HD that most high-end and portable digital cameras shoot in. This camera is basically about the most portable and highest resolution camera on the market, and will really make those family portraits gleam.

4. How about a 3D projector for all those movies you watch at home? With the Grand Cinema C3X Lumis 3D-Solo, which costs $50,000, you can project true 3D films from the comfort of wherever you want.

5. You’re of course going to need to have the best components when connecting that 3D projector—or just watching TV in general—and there’s no better option than the Platinum Starlight HDMI Cables. Using solid silver and gold, these cables claim to “to deliver the richest sonic textures and the most tactile images that the finest A/V systems can produce.” $3,000.

6. Sure, there are Versace phone cases and gold-plated Blackberrys. But the Motorola Motopure H12 Bluetooth Headset is truly the ultimate in phone bling. This Bluetooth headset, designed by Motorola, in conjunction with Alexander Amosu, is made using 18k gold and covered in 180 diamonds (3.47 carats). $8,000-$12,000.

7. Accessorizing Apple products has been all the rage for some time now, and the iLunatik iPod Nano Watch Case takes the iPod to a whole new level. This iPod case is made from gold, and when you look at the iPod screen all you’ll be greeted by a border of hand-set diamonds. $18,000.

8. Yes, it was bound to happen. Diamonds and gold just had to make somewhere on a television set. Featuring a LCD screen and 20 carats of diamonds, the $130,000 Yalos Diamond TV almost defies the limits of conscious spending.

9. You almost have to see this one to believe it. This is the Xenon “Tron Motorcycle” from Parker Brother Choppers. And while the bike may look like something out of a cartoon, it is electric in all senses of the word and fully charges within four hours. $55,000.

10. For the perfect man cave, you’ll need to purchase the Obscura Interactive Pool Table System. From the makers: “Transform any pool table into a digitally-enhanced video experience. High-definition imagery responds in real-time to every shot. User-selectable themes yield infinite possibilities. As seen in the Paradise Tower Penthouse, Hard Rock Hotel & CasinoTM, Las Vegas and the Esquire SoHo apartment.” About $25,000.

Seeing as technology is around us all the time, even young kids have access to such complex items. Recent surveys have found that nearly 18% of elementary school age kids have used tech gadgets. In a time where technology is king, computers and typing are learned from a very young age. Preparing them with such knowledge is honestly helping them out in the long run. Technology isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, it will quickly keep advancing and improving everyday. With children obtaining such knowledge with such little age, they will likely be the ones able to advance this already amazing technology.

Maxime Rieman is a writer for NerdWallet, where consumers can find a TD Ameritrade Review and other brokerage reviews.

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