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(the) top of the line

The absolute best of a certain thing, often referring to a product that is of the utmost quality (and usually the most expensive). When used as a noun, it is preceded by "the." That store only sells top of the line gear. You may want to consider some lower-priced options. We will only accept the top of the line. It's the best or nothing.
See also: line, of, top
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Carter expects that they will sell 30,000 units (of which 65% will be the standard wheelbase models; in keeping with having something at the top of the line, the LS 460 comes in a long-wheelbase configuration, as well, one that increases the wheelbase from 116.
The top of the line z890 has almost twice the processing power compared to the top of the line z800 as a result of a near 100 percent increase in the capacity of each general purpose central processor.
Of course, the top of the line CS Quattro still incorporates one of the most sophisticated full-time all-wheel drive systems on the market All Audi 100 models are powered by a 2.
Verari Systems now offers the complete range of Engenio-based products, including the top of the line VS 5884FC Fibre Channel storage system, the mid-range VS 2882S SATA storage system and the newly introduced VS 2822S entry-level scalable SATA storage array.
Now, there's the guillotine-style Bagel Biter ($35) at the top of the line, followed by other holder-type versions (you need your own knife), among them a plastic case ($2.
We offer consumers a variety of performance levels from our affordable F500 series up to the top of the line UltraVision(TM) series, but all Hitachi TVs have one unifying trait -- unsurpassed picture quality.
From complex satellite gateways and networks, to the top of the line SATCOM products and systems, Satellite Networks is the proven most reliable and cost-effective choice in the marketplace.