Have you ever felt like your iPad 2 needed more Tyrannosaurus? Well, the wait is finally over!
UK designer Stuart Hughes - the man behind the solid gold iPhone and Ostrich Skin TV - has unveiled his latest gaudy masterpiece: the iPad Gold History Edition.
In addition to the usual designer trappings (namely gold, diamonds and gems), the iPad Gold History Edition comes with an ultra-rare Ammolite stone infused with 57 grams of genuine dinosaur bone. Yes, you read that correctly.
65 million years in the making.
"To make this masterpiece even more individual, sections of a 65 million year old T-REX Dinosaur’s thigh bone was splintered and then shaved into the Ammolite", explains Stuart Hughes on his website. "[The result] is undoubtably the world’s most unique gadget." I dunno. The Philips Air Fryer is pretty unique.
As if that wasn't enough, the tablet is also finished off with a single cut 8.5ct flawless diamond inlaid in its own platinum surround with 12 outer flawless diamonds. Other highlights include 53 individually set sparkling gems, a solid gold 24ct Apple logo and a 0.92 megapixel camera.
You can order the iPad Gold History Edition for a cool $7,677,500. (Just make sure not to brick this thing when you jailbreak it.)
Aristocrats on a more modest budget can plump for the iphone 4 HISTORY Edition, which boasts a back constructed from a T-Rex tooth. It sells for a slightly more reasonable $61,511. No word on whether it can run Siri.
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