$8 Million IPad 2 Diamonds, Dinosaur

November 2, 2011 by staff 

$8 Million IPad 2 Diamonds, Dinosaur, Apple iPad line may be the most popular consumer tablets in the world, but for the world’s richest individuals, the iPad 2 in its elegant and simple design (pictured) is simply not enough. For those people, luxury afficianado Stuart Hughes is here to help, and his company has created what is undoubtedly the most expensive tablet history. It’s called History iPad 2 Gold Edition, and while it may not be able to pay, the fact that there still should be enough to drop the jaw.

To make the tablet ridiculously expensive, Hughes starts with 2 iPhone 3G equipped. The new aluminum panel is replaced with a standard form 24CT solid gold, weighing about 70 oz. The default black Apple logo is a kick to the curb in favor of the gold version covered with 53 diamonds 24CT separately.

Turning his attention to the front of the device, the bezel around the screen is swapped with one Ammolite fact, one of the rarest stones on earth. Ammolite was done for millions of years from the remains of prehistoric shellfish called ammonites. The Ammolite produces a bright, rainbow-colored sheen that gives the pill a unique of its kind, but Hughes is not over yet.

To really set the History Gold Edition, besides luxury boards, the company takes real Tyrannosaurus rex thigh bones and shaves them in the final. To make matters worse, the iconic home button iPad renewed. The small black sphere is replaced with a platinum base studded with 12 diamonds outside and a single 8.5ct centerpiece.

The Gold edition of History is not the first gadget incredibly luxurious that the company has produced, and golden iPads are available in a number of producers. However, it seems far away you took to make this new offering will stand out from the rest of the pack – and it shows in the price escalation and 8,000,000. If you are one of the lucky few who have that kind of money burning a hole in the vault of a bank, you better hurry, only two of the prodigal tablets are produced, and are first come, first served .

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