Glam Gadgets: The Priciest Personal Tech in the World

Over-the-top luxury meets geeky gadgetry with glittery iPads, iPhones, iPods, laptops and more — all with eye-popping price tags.

Luvaglio’s Luxury Notebook

Price: Over $1,000,000

Laptops were invented for portability. Most of us like to take our notebook with us on the road, commuting to work or relaxing in the park. But would you take your million dollar laptop out in public? Luvaglio, a UK-based custom luxury goods manufacturer, allegedly created the first million dollar laptop in 2007.

The million dollar notebook featured a rare coloured diamond that doubled up as a power switch, as well as security ID for users. According to Luvaglio CEO, Rohan Sinclair Luvaglio, his laptops aren’t just pretty diamonds with Ferrari prices.

“I didn't want us to simply re-house a laptop into a diamond studded casing, or diamond-encrust the entire thing simply to make it expensive. We've put thought in from the keyboard down to the power charger,” said Luvaglio. “We have used diamonds elsewhere but have given them purpose.”

The Luvaglio notebook incorporated a 17in widescreen LED backlit screen, a 128GB SSD and a slot loading Blu-ray drive. In the wake of the company announcing the laptop, speculation was rife over whether the company even produced the laptop.

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