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Supreme PS3 costs £200,000

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 26 Dec 2009 20:14 User comments (10)

Supreme PS3 costs £200,000 Following in the footsteps of the iPhone 3GS Supreme, which cost an "Australian gold mining magnate" $3 million, comes the PlayStation 3 Supreme, a gold and diamond encrusted system that will cost you about £200,000.
Created by Stuart Hughes, the Supreme has 1600 grams of 22 carat gold and the disc loading entrance has 58 "superbly cut 0.5 carat diamonds" as well.

Stuart Hughes says they have three units available. Hey, at least its cheaper then the £299,995 Stuart Hughes Wii.

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10 user comments

127.12.2009 0:21

Just one word "WHY?"

227.12.2009 3:30


327.12.2009 6:51

too late to put on my christmas list :(

427.12.2009 16:43

A gold plated PS3 with no good games!


527.12.2009 20:35

Could have cost less if it was a slim.

628.12.2009 18:30

Just another word "Ghetto"

729.12.2009 0:28

I hope it is at least a dev unit...for $200,000 I should not have to pay for games.

Just think how rediculously silly this unit will seem in a couple years when the PS4 comes out...

829.12.2009 1:48

Does this void the warranty?

929.12.2009 3:05

Originally posted by oDDSHoT:
Does this void the warranty?
Would you want to trust sony to repair this? Send them the gold one broken, get back a regular one working!

108.1.2010 0:32

Shame, Shame, Shame. Doesn't anybody realize that whoever buys this expensive piece of hardware could buy a regular unit and donate the rest to a charity? I bet the gaming experience will be just the same.

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