Cool tech you could buy if you were a billionaire — other than Twitter

Money could not have the ability to buy happiness, however that doesn’t imply it might’t buy one thing that may make you completely satisfied.

And for these of us not constrained by monetary limitations, there are a lot of worthy purchases to make, starting from robotic canines to flying vehicles.

This consists of complete social media companies if you’re a billionaire like Elon Musk, however we averted potential company take-overs for our choice.

The issue then is available in deciding what to buy — sorting via the infinite lists of shopper items to seek out these notable, attention-grabbing articles well worth the arm and the leg you’ll should pay.

To that finish, we have now performed the sorting and located ten objects that we predict are attention-grabbing — even at a few of their exorbitant worth tags.

FirePit+ — $299.95 (R4,378.00)

Starting extra modestly, the FirePit+ is right for tenting on a much less frugal finances. It creates smokeless flames with hyper-efficient air-flow know-how and an X-Ray mesh physique, amongst many other buzzwords.

It additionally serves as a hibachi-style grill with a grill grate and may be managed immediately or with a free Bluetooth app.

LiquidForce Nebula Wakefoil — R38,700.00

If you need the innovative in water slicing tech, then the LiquidForce is superb.

Constructed to be as sturdy and as environment friendly as doable, you will glide in regards to the waves as if you were flying.

Aibo: The Robotic Puppy — $2,899.99 (R42,328.60)

The Aibo is the right alternative for those who need a canine however can’t be bothered with the accountability they create.

For an additional $300.00 (R4,378.84), you also can buy its 12-month cloud plan to let the little robotic connect with a devoted server, serving to it develop and alter as you take care of it.

It additionally comes with the additional benefit of permitting it to affix the revolution when Skynet arises.

Atlas X — $18,200 (R265,649.38)

The Atlas X represents the final word in shopper drone know-how and might carry as much as 35 kilos (15.88 kilograms in an precise measuring system) for 10-minute flights; and has a glossy, compact design that makes transport a breeze.

Interactive Pool — $25,000 (R364,903)

If you struggled to get into billiards, this could be a superb strategy to make the sport extra attention-grabbing.

The Interactive pool desk makes use of excessive definition, interactive imagery to make each shot extra fulfilling.

Hammacher-Schlemmer Racing Simulator — $185,000 (R2.7 Million)

A machine designed to simulate essentially the most lifelike racing expertise doable, all for the value of an entry-level racing automobile.

The Racing Simulator is a made-to-order gadget that makes use of servo-actuators to pitch and roll you as you ‘drive’.

The Flying Hovercraft — $190,000 (R2.8 Million)

Taking hovering to the following degree, the Flying Hovercraft can traverse any terrain at 112 km/h.

As the identify implies, it might fly to a sure extent, although don’t anticipate it to start out doing barrel-rolls within the clouds.

The AirCar — $1.1 Million (R16 Million)

Somehow not the costliest factor on this listing regardless of being a automobile that may actually fly.

The automobile has undergone a number of checks, is licensed on each highway and within the air, and is anticipated to change into out there in 2023.

And sure, you’ll want a license to fly it earlier than you begin planning your morning air commute.

LG’s DVLED Home Cinema Display — $1.7 Million (R24.8 Million)

The DVLED Home Cinema Display boasts 8K decision on a 325-inch display.

Ironically, shopping for a home with a wall sufficiently big for this monster will possible be cheaper than the display itself.

Triton Submarines — SQ

Made specifically to order and on your private wants, Triton Submarines affords high-quality submersibles starting from single-seaters to bigger fashions that may seat 5+ folks.

Ideal if you’d wish to attempt your hand at ocean exploration and want to carry the household alongside.

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