If you have enough dough to afford the most expensive laptop sleeve, then you can easily buy the one million dollar Luvaglio notebook- the world’s costliest laptop. Excluding value-added tax, this gizmo can be bought for 765,000 Euros, approximately $1,053,558.00, at The Billionaire Shop.
This cool and stupefyingly costly gadget appeared in many tech websites – all demanding an answer to the single most important question: why is it worth a million bucks?
Sure it boasts state-of-the-art specs (blue-ray drive, 128GB solid-state drive, MP3 player, built-in USB stick), upgradable components, and customizable cover (wood, iron, or metal). But these do not justify the sky-high price tag.
Perhaps the laptop’s beautiful diamond ring that functions as a power button and security lock could explain its exorbitant cost. This ring is also detachable and wearable – a feature that might have increased the laptop’s price. Or at least that is what Luvaglio led us to believe.
Upon closer inspection, PC Pro asserts that this one-million-dollar notebook could be just a fabrication. Luvaglio does not have a decent physical office and its CEO evades questions on the product’s particulars. If you are a wise billionaire who loves the attention of your millionaire friends but hates to be conned, you had better dazzle your elite mates with the Tulip E-Go Diamond Notebook worth 355,000 USD. There is more hope that this could be the world’s most expensive laptop ever made.