I bet we can all think of ways in which to spend $1 million. I’m also willing to bet that buying a television is not one of the ways in which we’d spend it, but if you have the money to do so, British retailer Harrods has the set just for you.
Granted, this television set from Panasonic is mostly geared for commercial environments like airports or theme parks, and it clocks in at 152 inches of plasma viewing and has the hefty price tag (News - Alert) of $958,000.
The extremely expensive piece of equipment is on view at Harrods as part of their new tech department and is equipped with 4K2K technology that allows it to have four times as many pixels as a conventional high definition TV set.
Tecca reports the behemoth TV set is the size of nine 50-inch sets stacked in a three by three grid.
This mega TV isn’t the most expensive item for sale at Harrods. In addition to purchasing the Panasonic (News - Alert) super plasma, you can also buy a super yacht for a mere pittance of £100 million British pounds, or, $159.69 million USD.
The store will also offer a camera by Hasselblad for £24,000, or $38330.4, USD, an iPod “dock” by Jean Michel Jarre for £300,000, or $479,130 USD, a Focal Grande Utopia EM loudspeaker for £120,000, or $191,652 USD and a 152 inch TV set by Panasonic for £600,000 or $958,260 USD.
In Harrods Harrods Food Hall you can also buy a box of handmade truffles priced at £190, or $303 USD.
The world’s greatest department store has more extravagant products than any other store in the world. It might not be the largest store, but Harrods is the most expensive store on Earth. The store also has some stringent rules, like no photos, no ripped clothes and no unaccompanied kids under the age of 16.
Edited by Jennifer Russell