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$8 Million IPad 2 T-Rex

November 2, 2011 by staff 

$8 Million IPad 2 T-Rex, You may be fascinated to know there. You might also anger. However you feel about it – disgust, envy, desire – which is pretty amazing. I refer, of course, about 2 in the world most expensive iPhone.

The gadget over the top is super-luxury designer Stuart Hughes. This is the typical Apple tablet, but with some added flair. And for a bit, I mean 2000 grams of gold 24CT, a dozen diamonds, and part of a dinosaur bone.

This is what goes into the history iPad 2 Gold Edition:

Encrusted with 12.5 cts of flawless diamonds “I’F ‘, a total of 53 individually set sparkling gems magnificent live very well on the Apple logo back 24CT solid gold reshaped with enormous clout 24CT 2000 grams. Imagination unmatched craftsmanship to the IAPD is due to its main front structure of the rock is the oldest in the world has to offer in the form of Ammolite, from Canada, this stone is more than 75 million years. However, to make this work of art individual sections of the thigh bone of a 65 million years old dinosaur T-REX splintered and then shaved in the Ammolite, then topped with jewels, as one court flawless diamond-encrusted platinum 8.5ct in their own surround with 12 outer flawless diamonds.

This T-REXified iPad is being done in a limited edition of only two units. It will run you £ 5,000,000.00, more or less and $ 8 million.

There is little chance that you will become the proud owner of iPad 2 Gold Edition History. But there is always the Supreme iPad Stuart Hughes Platinum Edition, which will run about £ 299,995 for the buyer or the iPad luxury on a budget – the £ 79,995 made ice Supreme Edition white solid gold.

To put it in perspective (a difficult task), you could buy an iPad 2 History Gold Edition, or about 16 000 regular 16 GB iPad 2s.

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