Ipad Gold Is Out & Loud!
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Apple's tablet, iPad is whooping up fast on the charts. One of the factors is the beauty of the sleek device. To enhance its beauty, the next best emergences in the market are iPad accessories.
A 39-year old techno-designer Stuart Hughes has designed a wide range of cases for gadgets like phones and TVs. His masterpiece engraves a collection of 53 individual diamonds in the form of Apple's logo and iPad case of 22 carats gold. The iPad case weighs 2.1 kilogram, costing you around £130,000. This is much more expensive when you compare regular iPad model for £600.
The designer designed a low-budgeted gold-plated iPad too for £2,000. In his blog he glorifies the iPad as an "outstanding even down to the precise polishing to reveal its most beautiful harmonious appearance”.
Going through iPad's description, it was stated that "A magnificent combination of top of the industry technology and unrivalled craftsmanship was involved in creating this masterpiece.”
Almost a decade before Hughes together with his wife crafted a number of deluxe gizmos from moulds of the shapes of gadgets, just earlier than pouring gold into the process that may long for 6 weeks to often. He said that the process concludes the objects and people related to the gadget though when we finished with the product it may outlay as a peculiar and contemptible.
Our work could be justifiable in a sense that if I bought a new safari for £80,000, and it happens to be the same my next door neighbours bought too. What would be the use of spending such massive amount? It's all about being unique and different from others and that is what they create for you.
And I wonder a gold plated iPad would be outrageous in itself.
We realize that the gold plated iPad for £130,000 will be expensive for a large group of people. For this purpose, we'll be developing cheaper versions, later down the lane.