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A feature-packed TV, and other expensive quirks

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Published: Oct 1, 2014 07:06:37 AM IST
Updated: Sep 23, 2014 05:32:35 PM IST
A feature-packed TV, and other expensive quirks

Smart Box
LG Electronics’s new smart TV running on WebOS (a Linux kernel-based operating system) comes with an easy-to-use interface and an intuitive Launcher menu that brings together all utilities (web browser, LG App Store, cinema 3D TV) onto a single platform. The television, available in different sizes, also has a built-in cinema screen, regional language options and a 2MP camera.

A feature-packed TV, and other expensive quirks
Chic Furniture
Inspired by the Greek design form Meander or Greek fret, the tripod centre table from Pinakin’s Structural Illusions collection features a decorative border constructed from a continuous line, shaped into a repeated motif. While textured planes are its highlight, the lacquered surface with stone inlay work brings depth.

A feature-packed TV, and other expensive quirks

Royal Flourish
The WC Royale toilet brush is more of a statement, than a mere product. It boasts of an immaculate white finish, ornate handles, a pedestal base and an elaborate stand.

A feature-packed TV, and other expensive quirks

Contemporary Chandelier
Made of crushed copper and stainless steel, Cascade is made for urban ceilings. It’s linear form is inspired by the famous Falling Water house designed by celebrated architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Its size can be customised as per requirement.
A feature-packed TV, and other expensive quirks
Fan Pride
Chevrolet has launched a limited edition, Manchester United-themed version of its popular Beat and Sail models. Priced at a premium over the regular hatchback, this comes with a red paint scheme with graphics, blinkers on the outside rear view mirrors, new alloys, illuminated door sills, and a Bluetooth-enabled audio system. Oh, and it also invites the ire of Liverpool fans.

(This story appears in the 03 October, 2014 issue of Forbes India. To visit our Archives, click here.)

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