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Bang & Olufsen’s BeoVision 10-46 Chanterelle TV represents the intersection of art and technology.

While its aesthetics may cause your heart to skip a beat, its price tag is more likely to induce a nosebleed. With a limited run of 500, the products are designed to hang on a wall like a painting in a gallery and operated with touchscreen remote controls. Although not 3D-capable, the 46in LED-based LCD display offers ‘the best of the best’ HD picture (with an incredible 6-millisecond response rate) while the sound is boosted by four speakers and a 50-watt subwoofer.

From £7,400; bang-olufsen.com

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