Would you like some T-Rex with your iPad?

Per Discovery Channel (“T-REX BONE + DIAMONDS = ONE EXPENSIVE IPAD”), and presented without further need for comment:

“the world’s most expensive custom iPad 2 contains bits of T-Rex thigh bone shaved into its Ammolite frame. The Canadian-sourced stone is over 75-million years old, making it the oldest in the world. The rest of the iPad is encased in 24-carat gold, has an inlaid 8.5-carat flawless diamond set in platinum with 12 gems surrounding it. The home button is crafted with 65 diamonds and 53 separate gems forming the Apple logo, totaling up to about $8 million”

Visit the official website for a closer look at what 5000 years from now is surely going to end up in museums as future generations try to pinpoint exactly when civilization reached its true apex: “iPad 2 Gold History Edition


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