Usually, luxury mobile devices are simply tacky tat accomplished by taking a hot consumer product and rolling it in glue and crushed glass, but Gresso‘s latest product is surprisingly elegant. Called the iPad Gresso, it’s an iPad encased in 200 year old African Blackwood, with a logo crafted from pure 18K gold. No word on pricing, but it will cost you more than your skeleton is worth to buy, that’s for sure.
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