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Wednesday, June 15, 2011
It has been a tradition already to encrust any new device with diamonds. Logically now there is an iPad that features not only 300 carats of diamonds but a pretty high price tag running up to $1.2 million.
The idea of encrusting an iPad belongs to the British jewelry brand Camael Diamonds, that can now boast to create the most expensive tablet computer in the world. While iPad's usual retails price is $700, it was raised on accounts of one kilogram of 18-karat gold and white and black diamonds mounted onto the top of the iPad. Black were used for the home button and the logo sign and white filled the rest of the space on the top. What is more, if for some reason you don't like this very design, the company offers a range of other one-million styles to pick. But be aware, they are available only for iPad, not for iPad 2.
Before it was Stuart Hughes who offered a limited addition of iPads covered by solid gold and diamond encrusted apple logo. The price was much lower - $192.000, but it still was affordable only for wealthy customers.
If you had enough money, would you like to have such a lavish iPad?