Laptops have become a necessity for most people, ranging from students, workers, security agencies and even individuals who work from home. Buying a good laptop can be very stressful at times as you wouldn’t know which one to choose because there are many laptops out there with great functionality.
However, you still have to choose the one which best suit your needs and also the one you can easily afford without breaking the bank. Laptops come in different sizes, prices and functionality so today, we’ve listed the most expensive laptops you can ever find on the planet, you’ll be shocked as you read on.
11. Acer Ferrari 1100 – $3,000
This notebook’s sophisticated design will impress when you travel, and thanks to a fast processor, plenty of RAM, and Windows Vista Ultimate, it delivers plenty of power for mobile users. We’d prefer a lighter weight and longer battery life, but the Acer Ferrari 1100 is a good choice for executives who want to stand out in the crowd.
10. Dell M6400 Laptop – $3,000
Where other mobile workstations start to fade is just where the M6400 comes into its own. With specifications that even some desktop workstations might struggle to deliver, the flagship mobile workstation from Dell is ideal, even for the most demanding user. Optional Intel® Quad Core processing power, working in harmony with a super-fast 1066MHz FSB, is only matched by the options of RAID 0 storage performance and stunning ATI® FirePro® and NVIDIA® Quadro FX graphics. Designed to be a workstation, the M6400 has the thermal headroom to deliver the certified ISV application performance levels you expect from Dell Precision.
09. Lenovo ThinkPad W700DS – $4,500
Lenovo’s W700ds stands out from the rest in an incredibly crowded laptop market — and not just because it’s bigger than almost any two of its competitors combined. It’s one of the very few laptops to offer an auxiliary display and has room for a full number pad and an integrated tablet to boot. With those two screens and that pop-out stylus it’s a little bit like a Nintendo DS that entered the Major Leagues and spent a few decades on the juice chasing home run records — but, being a Lenovo, this luggable has little interest in games. It’s powerful and very functional, but bulky dimensions and a similarly unwieldy price tag leave it with two major handicaps to overcome.
08. Alienware area 51 m15x – $5,000
This impressiv $3,899 Area-51 m15x, outfitting it with Nvidia’s GeForce 8800M GTX video card (previously found only in 17-inch systems) and the fastest laptop CPU around right now, the Intel Core 2 Extreme X9000. Of course, this tricked out config cost nearly double the $2,149 base price. While Alienware has the insides down, we’re less enamored with the redesigned chassis, which, despite cool lighting features, doesn’t come off like the high-end powerhouse we know this system to be.
07. Rock Xtreme SL8 – $5,500
The Xtreme family is Rock’s high-end gaming notebook range, the flagship of which is the XLS8-9550, a blisteringly fast SLI-configured desktop replacement notebook. It’s a big beast, measuring 394x299x60mm (wxdxh) and weighing a hefty 6kg, including the large power brick; you’ll only think it is portable if you’re used to lugging around a desktop PC and monitor to Lan parties. A very powerful desktop replacement notebook with a good array of features, but with a price tag to match.
06. Stealth MacBook Pro – $6,000
The Razer Blade Stealth does a lot of things right, but without the Razer Core, it feels a bit lost. It’s slightly behind other systems in its price range, and the average laptop buyer won’t be attracted to the Razer brand. It feels designed exclusively for people interested in the Core graphics dock, making it hard to commend on its own.
05. Voodoo Envy H171 – $8,500
Voodoo, a company hell-bent on out-spec’ing the competition, today announced that its ENVY H:171 has “set new standards for performance notebooks.” While we can’t completely trust everything some big PC manufacturer says, we can tell you that the 17-inch, widescreen laptop does flash some pretty robust specs. The maxed-out combo features a Core 2 Extreme CPU, a Dual NVIDIA GeForce Go 7950 graphics chipset, 4GB of RAM, and a hard drive capacity of up to 600GB (using three drives). Additionally, you get your choice of paint jobs, and Voodoo will even slap a “tattoo” on the back, as long you pay for it.
04. Ego for Bentley – $20,000
“The Ego for Bentley” by Ego Lifestyle is one amongst it’s notable list of luxury and ultra chic notebook laptops. Branded in the name of the renowned luxury car maker – Bentley, the laptop, which got released in 2007/2008 still costs about $20,000 to get.
03. Mac Book Pro 24 Karat Gold – $30,000
The radically luxurious Macbook Pro in 24k Gold and Diamond encrusted logo in certificate quality VS1 Diamonds – Limited edition of just 99 units. The special edition Goldgenie MacBook Pro was created with a painstakingly meticulous approach by our master craftsman. And now, Goldgenie offers customisation on our most radically luxurious notebook to date with a Diamond encrusted Apple logo against a pure 24k Gold housing. The display features vibrant colours, high contrast wide viewing angles and offers an astounding 5.1 million pixels. Now, you can match this crafted notebook to your own personal style. Every inch of the MacBook Pro with Retina display has been engineered with the highest level of technology in mind. Goldgenie can even customise the Macbook Pro in Rose Gold, Platinum or set any precious or semi-precious stone into the logo.
02. Tulip E-GO-Diamond – $350,000
The Tulip E-Go Diamond notebook is inlaid with solid palladium white gold plates in which thousands of V.V.S. top-Wesselton, brilliant cut diamonds have been set, with a total weight of 80 carats. The brilliant cut diamonds are microscopic and pave set with surgical precision. For the Tulip E-Go diamond project, Marcel van Galen Design worked closely together with Design Department product engineering and Laurent de Beer Master Jewelry Designer.
01. Luvaglio Laptop – $1,000,000
The Luvaglio million dollar laptop has been the talk of the tech websites ever since it was first announced last month. The jewel-laden, self-cleaning, state-of-the-art laptop has met with both intrigue and scepticism. Then, last week, the company sent out a press release that was full of gushing rhetoric, but remarkably short on detail.