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World's priciest iPad costs $1.2 million

My iPad 2
is looking a little pale and shabby in comparison to the $1.Two million diamond-encrusted iPad from Camael Diamonds. The organization calls it the world's most expensive iPad, and I'm not going I am argue with this.

For do-it-yourselfers
who wish to bedazzle their very own iPads, this only requires 1 kilo of 18 carat gold and 300 carats price of perfect diamonds. Black diamonds grace the home button and Apple logo on the back. Just pop right down to your local jeweler to get all the supplies you'll need.

Camael will happily customize your gazillion-dollar iPad
using the gems of your choice. This is a smart way to visit, since it could be horribly embarrassing to accidentally pick up another person's look-alike diamond-slathered iPad at Starbucks.

Camael says
it's already received inquiries about customizing its iPad offering. I am not sure who is making those inquiries, however i don't think it's anyone I understand. I'll check around simply to make sure. Whether it's you, please be sure to confess in the comments.

The Camael iPad joins a crowded field of luxury gadgets
which includes a gold-plated Kindle, a Versace mobile phone, and a diamond-covered iPhone. These could be effective ways to flaunt your wealth when confronted with tough economic times, but the diamond iPad trounces your competition with regards to sheer garishness.

If $1.
Two million is a little on the high side for your budget, you could step right down to the gold-plated iPad just for $146,000. Exactly what a bargain!
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