What's the most expensive piece of technology you own (excluding TV)?

  PC Advisor 16 Feb 12

Desktop PC's and Laptops were traditionally the most expensive technological items people spent money on; but times are a-changing.

We want to know what yours is.

Let us know in our poll: What's the most expensive piece of technology you own (excluding TV)?

  QuizMan 16 Feb 12

I have speant more than I care to think about on desktop PC's, but my current one is not worth much.

I did however buy a handheld GPS retailing at £450 the other week so I have voted "Other". Thankfully, I paid a lot less than that for it.

  Aitchbee 16 Feb 12

I bought an Amiga 1000 in 1986 - it cost me about £1100.

  Blackhat 16 Feb 12

Having just spent £900 on an upgrading my camera body, my full kit bags is worth more than my car and desktop put together.

  wee eddie 16 Feb 12

a bronze Roman Oil Lamp, circa 150BC

  caccy 16 Feb 12

My "ears" (hearing aids) that I bought about 4Years ago.Since they are audio equipment, guess what I voted!!

  ams4127 16 Feb 12

Probably my desktop computer.

  Pine Man 16 Feb 12

Having researched the definition of technology I would say that my car is the most expensive bit of technology I own.

  interzone55 16 Feb 12

I can't remember just how much each cost, but I'd say it's a tie between my desktop PC, Laptop & camera.

Group together though, the CCTV kit I just installed after the guy three doors down was attacked and killed in his own home probably tops the league, although much of it was liberated from the repairs department at work...

  tullie 16 Feb 12

My wife

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 16 Feb 12

GSM-R radio pack worth about £8000

Press the wrong button and I can bring every train within a 20 mile radius to a stand and probably end my career and busisess at the same time :0)


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