Laptops reach $1m price point

Written by Wil Harris

March 27, 2007 | 11:43

Tags: #dollar #laptop #london #million

A firm in London has started production on what has to be the most expensive line of laptops in the world.

Luvaglio prides itself, we are told, on its attitude to bespoke luxury goods. In an interview with GizMag (pronounce that as you will), Luvaglio's CEO explains that

"Many claim to produce luxury goods but we believe that the true element of luxury is having something that says "YOU", that money can't buy."

So what makes this laptop so special? Well, there's a 17" screen which is LED backlit. Storage is 128GB of solid state flash, whilst there's a slot-loading Blu-ray writer. And, of course, the diamonds. Luvaglio tells us:

"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. There is an integrated screen cleaning device and a very rare coloured diamond piece of jewellery that doubles up as the power button when placed into the laptop and also acts as security identification. We have used diamonds elsewhere but have given them purpose."


Well, if you're rich enough to afford one of these bad boys, I suspect that you won't be looking to hack it apart and perform some mods. But anyone fancy having a go? Let us know your thoughts over in the forums.
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