It pays to think big. If you’ve got cash to burn, why not spend it on the delight of others? These are the most expensive tech gifts money can buy.
These new 4K OLED TVs from Sony are the very epitome of televisions. Measuring 55- and 65-inches respectively, the two models are the best looking televisions I have ever seen. OLED colour and benterness with 4K resolution is simply to die for.
LG was the second party to enter the 4K (or Ultra-HD) race, bringing out a fantastic TV for viewing incredible content without breaking the bank. Sure it's still $16,000, but that's around $10,000 cheaper than Sony's equivalent set. One of the best things about LG's offering is the smart hub that lets you stream all sorts of content, and the upscaler that changes your 1080p content into 4K.
When Sharp put out its humungous 80-inch TV last year, other manufacturers rushed to beat it by mere inches. Now that CES has rolled around, the size race continues with the addition of a 90-inch LED model. Like pretty much all TVs, Sharps new 90-inch model -- and the smaller sizes underneath it -- have smart capabilities. These 1080p, 240Hz LED-backlit sets boast built-in Wi-Fi, as well as Sharp’s SmartCentral connected TV hub. They support HTML5 and Flash, and multi-screen skills will let you watch TV and browse the internet at the same time.
What happens when you're a pixel-peeker who wants to take content with them on the go? Normally you'd be stuck with sub-par tablets, but now Panasonic is making something just for you. It's a 20-inch tablet with a 4K resolution! Running Windows 8, the 4K tablet sports a 1.8GHz Intel Core i5 processor with NVIDIA GeForce Graphics, 4GB of memory and an 128GB SSD. It also comes with a stylus for getting into those minute details.
Words cannot describe the beauty of Samsung's new 9-foot television. If you want to live large, there's no other option than this. It's sporting a 4K resolution, the largest panel in the world and a frame that looks like it belongs in an art gallery. Samsung's being coy on pricing, but you can be sure it's going to cost you north of $40,000 when it comes out in the next few months.
The best full-frame camera just got better with the 5D Mark III.
With a new Digic 5+ processor, a maximum ISO of 25,600 and 22.3 megapixels, it's no wonder the 5D is a solid-choice for Hollywood.
Go anywhere, shoot anything in any scenario? That's a Go Pro. The Hero 3 Black Edition is as cool as the name makes it sound. It shoots video unlike any other action camera on the market.
It's still tiny but packed inside is the best video capabilities Go Pro has ever made. You can shoot up to 4K at 15fps, but for those not into the sexiest format on Earth, you can still shoot 1080p video in the glory of 60fps instead.
It has a 170° field of view, supports up to 64GB worth of microSD storage and it's an action camera you can't pass up.
The RX-100 is the thing of dreams: a fixed-lens, 20.2-megapixel, full-frame, sub-$1000 camera from Sony.
It's not going to win any awards in the zoom department, but this camera is nuclear power in a cheap, tiny package. What could be bad about that?
Nikon's latest DSLR offering sports a massive 36.2-megapixel sensor with a lower price than its predecessor.
It's the perfect DSLR, not just for taking stills, but also for taking high-resolution, 1080p video.