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BeoVision 7-55



Almost B&O’s most expensive line of televisions (the number one spot goes to BeoVision 4 that tops the range at nearly $150,000), the 7 series has come out with a 55in screen that’ll hit your wallet for over $30,000.

To make this deal a little more appetising, the TV comes with the Beo 5 remote control with basic programming, an integrated Blu-ray player and a set of BeoLab 7 speakers (which alone go for nearly $6000). The funkiest feature, though, is the motorised floor stand. From any part of a room, users can use their Beo 5 remote to call their TV over to face them. No more getting up and moving to where the TV is facing – just kick back and let the TV get off its lazy butt instead.

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