10 Most expensive gadgets we’ve seen at CES 2019

When new technology enters our world, you can expect a hefty price along with it. Like the fashion industry, it’s only after additional brands and manufacturers step in that the products are undercut with more affordable designs.

10 Most expensive gadgets we’ve seen at CES 2019
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Innovation aside, there’s one other area that truly captivates us all during CES every year: price. Sometimes, we’re delightfully surprised as consumers and we get a rather predictable price. This usually comes with a new version of a product. On the other hand, some products are so astronomically high we wonder how the technology will become the norm for everyday use. Of course, high-quality technology will come with a high price tag. But, eventually, competitors will come in to level the playing field for consumers.

Without further ado, here are the most expensive gadgets and gear we saw at CES 2019.

LG Rollable OLED TV

Yes, you can actually fold this TV and roll it up just like a newspaper. But, that’s not all it has to offer. The TV also comes with UHD (4K) resolution. The grand idea makes portable TVs seem possible but, for now, it’s more of a sci-fi concept. Imagine tucking your full-sized TV into a box and carrying it around with you wherever you go.

Price: TBA (but this one’s going to be expensive!)

10 Most expensive gadgets we've seen at CES 2019 - LG Rollable OLED TV

Yes, you can actually fold this TV!

Vizio P-Series Quantum X 4K HDR TV

This smart TV comes with Ultrabright 2900, providing 2,900 nits of peak brightness. the P-Series Quantum X TV delivers impressively bright HDR highlights and provides Quantum Color, which utilizes the latest form of quantum dot technology. This technology involves tiny particles that glow when light is shined on them, offering improved color accuracy and vibrancy.

Price: $2099

10 Most expensive gadgets we've seen at CES 2019 - Vizio P-Series Quantum X 4K HDR TV

Featuring the latest form of Quantom Dot technology

Insta360 Pro 2 Professional VR Camera

Complete with six lenses, this innovative camera system can capture all angles at the same time, delivering 8K-per-eye 3D 360 video. The Pro 2 offers easy FlowState stabilization, long-range live monitoring, and post-production in collaboration with Adobe.

Price: $5088

Sennheiser AMBEO 3D Soundbar

This prototype speaker system includes 13 drivers in total, providing a surround-sound experience. Six four-inch woofers deliver rich bass notes, while five tweeters provide the sweet upper register. In addition, there are two top-firing speakers.

Price: $2500

10 Most expensive gadgets we've seen at CES 2019 - Sennheiser AMBEO 3D Soundbar

It comes with 13 drivers in total

Onewheel+ XR Self-Balancing Electric Skateboard

Featuring an improved battery, the Onewheel+ XR can go 12-18 miles on a single charge. Riding the Onewheel+ XR feels as though you’re snowboarding thanks to its smooth flow. Likewise, its Hypercore motor offers continuous power and torque enables you to climb over anything.

Price: $1399

Groove X Lovot Companion Robot Pet

Packed with advanced technology such as Emotional Robotics, this home bot triggers your instinct to love. Available as a set of two units, Lovot asks for attention, gets in your way and even shies away from strangers. With its incredibly adorable demeanor, Lovot encourages its owners to feel a sense of contentment and relief, resulting in more positive feelings.

Price: $5500

ATARI PONG Multifunctional Coffee Table

Paying homage to one of the most iconic video games of all time, the PONG Table brings it to the physical world. In addition to simply playing the game, the system has loads of modern features. You can use it to recharge your smartphone as well as view the time when you use it as a coffee table.

Price: $1290

10 Most expensive gadgets we've seen at CES 2019 - ATARI PONG Multifunctional Coffee Table

Play the most iconic video game in a whole new way

Vava 4K Laser Projector

Offering a large 150-inch display, this device delivers realistic 4K image quality. Featuring an ultra-short throw design, the 4K Laser Projector can sit just 7 inches away from a wall to project a 100-inch picture. Powered by Android 0S 7.1, the projector makes it easy to access streaming media platforms through integrated software.

Price $3500

10 Most expensive gadgets we've seen at CES 2019 - Vava 4K Laser Projector

The 150-inch display is one of a kind

Syber Cube Xtreme 400 Gaming PC

This high-quality desktop device uses plenty of high-end components and RGB lights to upgrade your gaming experience. Featuring a cube design, the Syber Cube displays any component you add through three frontal glass panels. In addition, the four RGB fans on the right side of the device give it an attractive sci-fi appearance.

Price: $2475

10 Most expensive gadgets we've seen at CES 2019 - Syber Cube Xtreme 400 Gaming PC

Ready to upgrade your gaming experience?

U by Moen Smart Shower

These showers allow you to control them with your voice. You can easily start, stop and pause your shower with a simple command. Just ask Alexa and you’re ready to go. This customizable shower technology and mobile app make it easy to start your day off right.

Price: $1225

Which one would you splurge on? Share with us in the comments below.

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