Bling-bling on your ring-ring: World's most expens...
We live in an era of disposable technology, where a new laptop or mobile phone becomes outdated in a matter of months. So why would anyone want to fork out hundreds of thousands (even millions) of dollars for golden phones or diamond computers? <br>
Rather than lamenting about how out of reach these high-roller accessories are, let’s take solace in the fact that most of these items be on the tech scrapheap tomorrow.<br><br><h2>Diamond iPad</h2> <br><i>Price: US$19,999</i><br><br>In case the upcoming [[artnid:340176|Apple iPad]] isn't expensive enough, Mervis Diamond Importers recently announced the [[xref:http://www.mervisdiamond.com/tacori-diamonds|world’s first diamond studded iPad]]. The 11.43 carat iPad will sell for US$19,999. Orders are being taken from 1 June, so if you’d prefer a shiny, twinkling iPad over, say, a new car, you’re in luck. Buyers will be happy to know that when the new Apple gadget becomes another piece of outdated technology, their diamond iPad can be used as a fancy digital picture frame.
Bling-bling on your ring-ring: World's most expensive gadgets