If money was no concern, how much would you spend on a TV? Here at SpecOut, we can help answer that question for you. We’ve compiled a list of the 10 most expensive TVs on the market today.
Each of these TVs will cost you at least $40,000–more than most brand new cars–so you better be ready to commit some serious cash to these viewing experiences. One tech giant that’s clearly trying to brand itself as the premier luxury television producer accounts for six of the 10 entries.
But are those mini-theatres truly worth the cost? Click through to see a rundown of the most costly TVs on the market, and discover a high-end automobile that you could purchase for a comparable price.
A 98-inch TV, the LG 98UB9800 will cost you more than a brand new 2015 Audi Q5, an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ in the Compact Luxury SUV/Crossovers category.
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For about the same price as the LG 98UB9810, you could purchase a brand new BMW 3 Series, still a popular choice among sports car enthusiasts.
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For an 85-inch TV, you could definitely find a better deal than the Samsung UN85S9AFXZA; this one costs more than a 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe.
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TVs in this price range usually have 4K resolution, so the Samsung UN85S9AF is very overpriced for having a vertical resolution of only 1080p. You could instead purchase the roomy Toyota Sequoia Full-Size SUV for around the same price.
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For about the same price as the Samsung UN85S9VFXZA, you would be able to buy a 2015 Audi A6, one of the most highly rated 4-door sedans on the market.
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At an MSRP of $49,999, the NEC LCD8205 costs slightly more than a brand new 2015 Chevrolet Suburban. If your family prefers movie nights over road trips, then this TV may be well worth it for you.
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The LG 105UC9 will cost you more than a Tesla Model S. Chances are, people who own a TV this pricy already have a Tesla in their driveway.
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The Samsung UN105S9W is a more expensive purchase than the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class, one of the most expensive models from Mercedes. You could also purchase three Chevy Volts for the price of this TV.
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At $150,000, the Samsung UN110S9BFXZA is the second most expensive TV on our list. Even the Maserati GranTurismo 2-door Coupe costs less than this TV.
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The Samsung UN105S9B is currently the most expensive TV on the market, at a whopping $260,000. For this price, you could opt to purchase a brand new 2015 Lamborghini Huracan instead.
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This article was syndicated from Business 2 Community: 10 Luxury TVs That Cost More Than a New Car
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