Insanely expensive gadgets, we wish we could own

While most of us spend our time looking for the best deals on the latest products be it an iPad or mobile phone or prefer to stick with older versions in order to save a couple of bucks, there is a small percentage of people in the world who buy gadgets that, with their innovative design, exclusivity and enormous price tag, we just dream about.
So, sell your car, your home and take on two more jobs and feast your eyes on these:
1. Megatrend MkIII Speakers ($80, 000)

The Megatrend Speakers, manufactured by Transmission Audio, that come in pairs, each stands at seven feet tall and three feet wide, literally creating a wall of sound in your penthouse suite. Each speaker comes in two pieces including 24 eight-inch woofers and an accompanying ribbon-line speaker tower for the high end.

According to Transmission Audio the speakers create astounding quality sound without having to rely on a deep speaker cabinet.
2. MWE Emperor 200 PC Workstation ($45, 000)

The Emperor 200 PC Workstation created by MWE Labs, is hand-built to each customer’s specifications that includes three monitors, touchscreen control panel, air filtration system, light therapy illumination and an electric powered leather seat. The workstation, that can take up to six months to complete, can also be customized to handle different computing platforms.
3. Stax SR-009 Headphones ($5, 250)

The Stax headphones, which the company refer to as ‘earspeakers’, are considered one of the best you’ll find on the market. These headphones provide a frequency response of 5 – 42,000Hz and while you may be able to get your head around the $5000 price tag, you should be aware that you need a special amplifier to power them, for an additional $2000.
4. Victorinox 1TB Swiss Army Knife Thumb Drive ($3000)

The Victorinox 1TB Swiss Army Knife, expected to be available later this year, does not only hold 1TB worth of content but also comes packed with a knife, scissors and file. Thankfully, the USB 2.0 thumb drive detaches from the knife so users won‘t have to worry about a blade hanging from their computer while using the drive and injuring either themselves or others walking by.
Source: Wired