You've seen luxury gadgets before, but you haven't seen anything like this! This iPhone 4's bezel is encrusted with 500 diamonds, while the Apple logo sports 53 of its own. The crown jewel, though, has to be the 7.4 carat pink diamond on the home button. This iPhone 4 is perfect for any girlie geek with a few extra bucks hanging around, but can you guess the price tag?Take the Quiz
These beautiful headphones from Ultrasone come with an ultra chic Zebrano wood inlay and Ethiopian sheepskin leather ear cup pads on the outside, while the inside is stuffed with titanium, silver, and copper parts. Sounds pricey, right? Can you guess how much they cost?Take the Quiz
The first batch of these hard-to-come-by cases sold out in a flash, but good news for those of you who have a spare grand or two lying around the house — more are being made as we speak.
Price tag aside, this room divider would be the perfect way to break up a large living area into two rooms, both of which (or either of which) could be used simultaneously to read and relax, or watch the tube. The center console swivels 360 degrees so you can get a good viewing angle from either side. Sure, it's a far cry from your Ikea media center, but hey — if you've got the space and the cash, you might as well flaunt it!
If you've ever had your heart set on a personal underwater submersible (read: submarine), then listen up: the Seabreacher is the way to go. For just a spare $65,000, you can choose a shark-, or dolphin-styled submarine that pumps out the jams from your iPod.
Reaching speeds of up to 50mph above water, and 25mph below, the Seabreacher is known for its ability to dive, and then launch out of the water like a trained sea creature at Sea World. Pretty crazy, but let's be honest — if you had the cash, you'd consider buying. I know I would.
Coming in purple (which is a little too Willy Wonka for my taste) or a rumored black hue, the Versace Unique will be sold at "the most important exclusive watch and fine jewelery networks, and Versace flagship boutiques" around the globe. Naturally.
If it's the end of the world and I know it, there's no where else I'd rather be than this $10 million dollar doomsday bunker designed to house up to 200 people for a year after a nuclear strike. Designed by California-based firm Vivos, it isn't your grandpappy's underground safehouse — this 20,000 square foot complex comes stocked with a power generation system, water wells and filtration, a medical bay, security, a computer room, and even a common area that's equipped with large LCD TVs.
The only thing I'm wondering is — how are they going to get the Internet and digital TV signals after a nuclear strike or a massive flood? I can only watch Jerry Bruckheimer DVDs so many times in a year. Just sayin'.
See the entire layout of the bunker, and more pics when you read more.
In the theatrical trailer for Sex and the City 2, Samantha gets the girls excited for "an all-expenses paid trip to Abu Dhabi," and in this exclusive trailer from HP, we not only get new footage of the film, but we get a peek at how they get to the Middle East — first-class private suites on Emirates Airlines. I've gushed about the geeky amenities in coach, but flying first class? Well, you'll need to be in a higher tax bracket to afford it — private first-class tickets go for $14,635 a pop!
Each private suite boasts a 23-inch LCD TV (where you can check your email and send SMS texts to anyone in the world), fully reclining seats, and 600 channels on the Emirates on-demand service. We even get a glimpse of the girls lounging in the on-board bar! I'm curious to find out who the heck is footing the bill for this pricey trip. Want to see it for yourself? Watch the exclusive HP trailer for Sex and the City 2 after the jump!