Gresso to launch an iPad made from a 200-year-old wood and 18k gold

Gresso to launch an iPad made from a 200-year-old wood and 18k gold
If you have more money than you need and want to buy a luxury, one of a kind New Year present for your current mistress, then Gresso - a company known for manufacturing exclusive luxury gadgets - may just have the right stuff for you - the iPad Gresso. It is framed in a 200-year-old African Blackwood, which is said to be the most valuable tree in the world, while the Apple logo is made of pure 18k gold. The price of the iPad Gresso is not yet announced, but for everyone willing to stand out from the crowd thanks to a gadget like this one - it will go on sale on New Year eve.

source: Gresso


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6. Mr.Awesome unregistered

A person who has too much money but dunno where to spend will buy that

5. Argent009 unregistered

Can I beta test one? :)

4. Rawrzellers

Posts: 224; Member since: Aug 22, 2010

Just another way to make a crappy excuse for technology to be expensive looking. It's not like anyone is going to carry it around like that without have 12 covers on it and parading it around saying "OMG iPAD YOU GUIZ iPAD!"

2. skymitch unregistered

Really? Is that what you would say?

3. skym!tch unregistered

Thats awesome..

1. skymitch89

Posts: 1453; Member since: Nov 05, 2010

Looks good, but I still wouldn't buy it. Even if I had a million dollars to spend. I would say that whatever the price they ask is going to be way too much. I would say that it shouldn't go for more than $1,000-$1,500.

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