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Gold and diamond decorated iPod Shuffle for $20k

Posted in iPod,iPod Accessories,Shuffle by Chetz on August 20th, 2007

iPod Shuffle with $20,000 of diamonds and gold encrusted on itLast month when we saw a gold iPod Shuffle going for $19k we felt like things were a little out of hand, but now someone has even outdone that with this $20,000 Shuffle decorated with diamonds, gold and platinum.

If people are willing to buy these things we can hardly blame anyone for making them but the ones that are dropping $19,900 more than the rest of us on a Shuffle are who we’re wondering about.

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iPod Supreme Rose for $95,000

Posted in iPod by Conner Flynn on February 9th, 2010

We’ve seen the 3GS Supreme Rose, so it was inevitable that at some point that they cover an iPod in gold too. Stuart Hughes is at it again and this time it’s an iPod.

It will cost you $95,000. Non douches need not apply. The iPod features 263 grams of 18k rose gold, a platinum rear Apple logo with 53 diamonds and a platinum navigation button on the front with 4.5ct of diamonds surrounding it.

Goldstriker’s 24karat and 18karat iPods: For those with golden parachutes

Posted in iPod by Conner Flynn on September 28th, 2008

Goldstriker’s 24karat and 18karat iPods: For those with golden parachutesIn this economy it takes a special kind of douche to buy all kinds of gold covered gadgets and then proclaim himself the new Goldfinger. That’s right, now that your golden parachute has landed you safely in your mansion where the villagers can’t burn you with their torches it’s time to lose yourself in some quiet music and dream up another scam.

Good thing the new iPod Touch and 4th gen Nano come in 24ct and 18ct white gold now. The Nano starts at £349 while the second generation Touch starts at £449. Now where did that diamond studded USB drive get to? Ah, of course. It’s on your Swarovski encrusted crapper next to your blinged out TP holder.

Gold and diamond encrusted MacBook Pro

Posted in Mac,Notebooks by Reuben Drake on October 7th, 2007

24 carot gold MacBook Pro with diamond Apple logo on the coverThe folks over at Computer Choppers have customized a MacBook Pro and posted some pictures of it on their site which makes the normal silver MacBook Pro’s look just seem kinda’ gray. They said they hope to it up in their gallery soon but until then the few pictures they have says quite a bit. It features a 24 carat gold case, a diamond studded Apple logo on the cover and even the keyboard is paint-matched in gold. The company says they aren’t into mass production of these items so you’ll have to call and have yours custom-built if you want one, maybe to have it match your gold and diamond iPod Shuffle?

World’s most expensive iPad is $1.2 million

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on June 12th, 2011

Are you the type who likes flashy toys like million dollar sports cars? How about the most expensive iPad ever? Camael Diamonds has unveiled a new diamond encrusted iPad. This gadget is valued at £750,000 ($1.2 million) and is world’s most expensive iPad.

It features 1kg 18 carat gold and 300 carat flawless diamonds. The home button and backside features black diamonds. You can also get a customized iPhone, Blackberry, iPod and more. If you have the money anyway.

PrestigeHD Supreme Rose: World’s most expensive television for $2.25 million

Posted in Television by Conner Flynn on March 12th, 2010

Looking for something decadent to put in your summer cottage in Monaco? No plain old TV will do, I know. You need something to match your blinged out iPod. Well, here’s a good TV to blow your money on. Stuart Hughes has announced the world’s most expensive Televisions. They are powered by Metz and manufactured by PrestigeHD.

The pricier of the two is the PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition. For £1.5 million ($2,250,000), the 55” screen is encased with 28 kilograms of solid 18ct rose gold. The frame has 72 brilliant round cut 1ct IF flawless diamonds along with Sunstone and Amethyst. Alligator skin is even hand sewn on the inner screen layer.

Lifestyles of the far too rich

Posted in Accessories by Chetz on October 8th, 2007

Goldstriker pimps your gadgets in goldWe’ve already showed you one story yesterday showing off a gold and diamond covered MacBook Pro but if you have other gadgets not made by Apple and want them forever AU’ed now we know the source where to go.

Goldstriker prides itself on being a family owned business that specializes in gold plating whatever brand name electronic device you want. The company will take your Zune, iPhone, iPod or Newton if you’re old school geek and plate it with 24 caret gold. They also stand behind their work with a one-year warranty and they will also encrust diamonds on your swag if you want to go that extra distance. The prices range on what the piece of technology is and then if you want jewels on it or not, just don’t go expecting fire sale prices and you will be fine.



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