October 26, 2006
Worlds first glass CD and the most expensive too
Fine NF Japan has developed the world’s first glass CD and it is not made from some ordinary glass but optically tempered ultra precise glass which is used in telescopes and camera lenses. As the CD is completely transparent there is no warping or distortion, hence it delivers crystal clear sound and super high treble quality. The CD will deliver the same quality for eternity unlike polycarbonate CD’s. The disc is delivered in a 8mm thick acrylic case with a unique serial number and quality assurance book.
Coming to the price each CD sells for an astonishing 98,700 Yen ($ 830) which can also buy 5200 blank CD-R’s.