These Luxury Laptops Are Made to Last

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The digital age continues to give in to the demands and needs of its tech-savvy customers hence the creation of luxury laptops. If you think setting a $1000 budget for a luxury laptop is enough, think again.  These over-the-top computers are priced way beyond you can imagine. Though it may be worth more than your monthly rent, these laptops actually perform robustly and powerfully.

Porsche Design Book One
If there’s the closest competitor to Microsoft’s Surface Book, it would be the Porsche Design Book One. From branding to specs, Book One’s hefty price tag of $1595 (initially launched at $2500) will give you a premium thin tablet experience. Powered by Intel’s seventh-generation Core i7 CPU and a storage of 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD, the Book One’s screen is detachable from its body.

Eurocom Panther
Decked at $8600, the Eurocom Panther takes pride in its massive 32GB of RAM, 17-inch screen, Intel Xeon processor, and optical drive. If you are eyeing a laptop with a huge capacity for storage, the Eurocom Panther is a perfect match for you.

 

Panasonic Navy USMC Only Toughbook
Just like any Panasonic Toughbook, the Panasonic Navy USMC Only Toughbook oozes refined durability and more. Its hefty price tag of $33,000 assures users that this computer is spill-proof and impact-proof. More so, this 13-inch laptop is powered by a 2.7 GHz processor and has 4GB of RAM.

 

Marble MacBook Pro
If you are obsessed with artsy laptops, give in to your heart’s desire and own a Marble MacBook Pro. Macs are known for its amazing graphics as well as impressive key features and specifications. This marble laptop is no different. Its $7500 cost boasts of a sleek design matched with ultra quality performance.

 

24-Karat Gold MacBook Pro
Need a jeweled Mac? The 24-Karat Gold MacBook Pro can be yours at $10,000. By getting one, you just upped your glam factor thanks to its inherent bling. Plus, this Mac is powered by premium features that will continue to be in high demand for many years.