Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport

5 Dreamiest Things in Tech

Photo: Nick Dimbleby

From the fastest sports car to the most expensive wristwatch, these are our favorite things.

267.8 mph 

The Fastest Sports Car

The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport is not a car to use when heading to the supermarket. There’s no space for bags anyway, as every spare inch has been pumped full of power. But with a top speed of 267.8 mph, it will get you to your favorite restaurant in no time. 

$49,150 

The Most Expensive Gamer Workstation

A luxurious, ergonomic, air-filtered workstation with a sound system and three screens, the scorpion-esque MWE Emperor 200 is perfect for gamers. Or at least gamers who aren’t about to give up the day job: You also have to buy the computer hardware to go in it. 

MWE Emperor 200

The MWE Emperor 200

87 TOOLS 

The Most Multifunctional Swiss Army Knife

Rest assured that with this multifaceted gadget at hand you’ll always have the right tool, no matter what life throws at you. You can use the Wenger Giant Knife to put together IKEA furniture, repair your car, cut your toenails…The options are endless thanks to the knife’s staggering 141 functions. 

The Giant

Feast your eyes on the Wenger Giant Knife  

$3,000,000 

The Most Expensive Watch Without the Bling

The A. Lang & Söhne Grand Complication is the most expensive and complex wristwatch you can buy that isn’t encrusted with dazzling precious stones. And once you’ve put one on, you won’t want to take it off, meaning this treat of a timepiece might break longevity records, too. 

A. Lange & Söhne Grand Complication

Behold the A. Lange & Söhne Grand Complication

$20,338,986 

The Most Funded Kickstarter Campaign

The Pebble Time smartwatch has a battery life up to 7 days, plugs into your iPhone or Android devices to keep you up to date on notifications, calendar events, weather, sports scores, breaking news, missed calls and app alerts. It also tracks fitness and sleep for an all-around perfect companion to everything you really need in life.

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