...and someone actually bought one
The iPad 2 Gold History is probably the most extreme gadget you can buy. Not only is it covered head to gleaming toe in two kilos of 24-carat gold and 12.5 carats of diamonds - the precious stone round the bezel is mixed with crushed-up shavings from a fossilised T-Rex.
Only two of the £5,000,000 gadgets will be made, and if you've got the cash, you should hurry, as one has already sold to an undisclosed customer.
The gadget is covered with 12.5 carats of diamonds - plus, if you flip it over, the Apple logo is made out of 52 separate, individually set rocks.
The rear section is made of solid gold and weighs two kilos.
Oddly, these pale into insignificance next to the front half - made from 750g Canadian Ammolite, the oldest rock in the world at 75 million years. Fifty-seven grams of a fossilised Tyrannosaur thigh were shaved into the stone.
If all that self-indulgence hasn't made you feel giddy, it's finished with a single 8.5-carat diamond surrounded by 12 flawless diamonds.
Stuart Hughes is no stranger to mad indulgence, of course. The British designer has created a series of 'ultra-luxury' gadgets ever since he started his business by 'blinging' his own bike 12 years ago - with gold-coated Apple products a particular speciality.
Source Daily mail Website