Stuart Hughes, a UK based company specialized in luxury gadgets has come up with a iPad Supreme Gold Edition made of solid Gold and Diamonds
This top iPad model encrusted with 53 flawless diamonds on the Apple logo, rear and surround case made of solid 22ct gold, weighing an immense 2,100 grams has a price tag of £129,995 (~$189,000).
The ipad is the Wi-Fi & 3G , 64GB version. There are 10 units available for this heavy paperweight.
I’ve never understood why anyone would buy ultra expensive blinged-up tech gear. Even if the tacky style floats your own personal boat, what happens to all those diamonds and that gold when the undelying tech becomes obsolete after a couple of years? Anyone want to buy a 2 1/2 year old $9000 gold plated MacBook ?
That’s why I can’t figure out who in their right mind would spend $1.5 to $2.25 million a diamond encrusted Stuart Hughes TV. I mean the freaking thing is already obsolete, following last week’s introduction of 3D HDTV sets by Samsung and Panasonic.
Still, if [...]
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GoldStriker International is known for the manufacturer of highly expensive handsets.The iPhone 3GS SUPREME designed by Stuart Hughes features a 22ct gold case weighing in at 271g with 136 flawless diamonds, totaling 68cts, embedded in the front bezel, a further 53 diamonds (totalling 1ct) serving to make up the read logo and a single cut 7.1ct serving to adorn the navigation button – [...]