“Golden Age” is the name of this new, er, product, the world’s first Apple MacBook Air to be fully crystallised with 12,000 “dazzling” Swarovski elements.
The reason it looks so darn shiny is that the crystals are specially coated with 24k gold from underneath so that the transparent crystals can reflect the true gold colour.
Inspired by a traditional Japanese pattern, each “Golden Age” takes a week to create as each crystal is apparently painstakingly applied one at a time on to the hand-painted surface.
With a limited edition of only 20 pieces worldwide this is described as “undoubtedly the ultimate luxury treat for the person who thought they had everything”. Aside from taste or sense, clearly.
The “Golden Age” is getting a CeBIT debut, but will be shown also at Selfridges, Oxford Street, where the department store will sell one of the 20 “Golden Age” notebooks as of 18th March.
iPod integration has become more and more prevalent in the automotive industry, as automakers offer the compatibility on models ranging from subcompacts up to exotic supercars. But this is taking it a step further: a Lamborghini iPhone.
Reports indicate that Asus will unveil a Lamborghini-branded PDA phone to rival Apple’s iPhone at the CeBit tech show next month in Germany.
It is expected to run either the Pro or 6.1 edition of the Windows Mobile operating system and pack WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity, a touch screen and a 520 MHz Qualcomm CPU.
According to the designer Amosu, “Each phone is handcrafted to perfection using skilled craftsmanship, all diamonds are recyclable, which means they can be removed from one handset and then recast onto another, meaning the customer’s investment continues to shine!”
Priced to be daring at $40,000… As part of an added benefit of this diamond iPhone, Amosu is offering a complimentary one-year membership to the International Concierge Service which provides its members access to the inaccessible, such as front row fashion show seats & the like.
Goldstriker, the firm that coats your iPods, cellphones in 24-carat gold, have taken wraps off their new 24ct full gold 16GB Apple iPhone.
The gorgeous new gold iPhone touts .999 hardened 24ct gold. Gold work is done throughout the phone and 3/4th of the rear reveals a mesmerizing mirror finish.
They are currently taking orders for the 16GB gold iPhone and deliver it at your doorsteps within 14 working days. Get yours for Â£900. Source : Bornrich
If you think you don’t get enough attention already by just sporting around with your iPod nano, then Goldgenie has a solution.
They are offering a limited edition 24-carat gold plated iPod nano with 8GB of capacity. It comes with black front face with laser engraved ‘Bizarre’ logo.
But, why the heck they named it Bizarre? It doesn’t look really bad from any angle. Well, what’s there is the name?