The Dubai-based luxury hotel, Burj Al Arab is celebrating the Breast Cancer Awareness Month by launching the Pinking Burj Al Arab campaign.
The highlight of the Pinking Burj Al Arab campaign is the exclusive, one-of-a-kind 24-carat rose gold iPad created by bespoke jeweler Gold & Co. London especially for the cause, with an engraved pink ribbon and the hotel’s logo.
The newest addition to OMEGA‘s Fine Leather Collection is a hand-made iPad 2 sleeve created from fine Italian calf leather.
The sleeve folds back allowing iPad 2 users to stand their device in the classic “view” position or angled 45° for a perfect ergonomic work surface.
A perfectly-placed hole makes it possible to use the iPad 2’s popular camera feature without removing the device from the sleeve.
Camael Diamonds has just released a special edition iPad ornamented with 1kg of 18 carat gold and 300 carat flawless diamonds.
Priced at $1.2 million, it is the world’s most expensive iPad. It is also adorned with black diamonds on the home button and the Apple logo on its rear.
French luxury brand Hermes is cashing in on the popularity of the iPad 2 with cases that cost more than the tablet itself.
The Hermes Swift (left) is a slipcase made from calfskin leather that costs a whopping $820. It comes in 10 different colors.
The Hermes Station (right) is a book-style cover, made from fine calf-skin leather , that doubles as a stand. Available in four colors, the Station will cost about $1,400.
InterContinental has become the latest hotel chain to connect its customers to its staff via videoconferencing.
They have introduced a new chat feature which allows guests and future guests to connect with its concierges via Apple’s FaceTime videoconferencing service.
Nine InterContinental hotels around the world have equipped their staff with the new video-capable iPad 2 tablet, allowing them to answer questions and give advice to travelers via video calls before the guests arrive.
Apple‘s ailing chief executive Steve Jobs made a surprise appearance at a company event here on Wednesday to unveil a new version of the iPad that is thinner, lighter and features video cameras.
“We’ve been working on this product quite awhile and I just didn’t want to miss a great day,” said Jobs, who appeared gaunt but energetic.
The new iPad 2 features front- and rear-facing video cameras to enable video chat and is thinner than the previous version.
Apple has started production of a thinner, more powerful version of its popular iPad tablet computers, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The second-generation iPad will have more memory and a front-facing camera for capabilities such as a Face Time video-conferencing feature on Apple iPhone 4.
Cupertino, California-based Apple said that it sold nearly 15 million iPads in the eight months after the tablet computers were introduced in April of last year.