You can get the $30k diamond model or the more affordable Swarovski crystal version for $7,000. Only 150 of them will be available so you better hurry and mortgage that house. Anybody want one of these?
Gresso, makers of ultra-exclusive and expensive versions of popular consumer electronics, has now unveiled its latest product. Apple’s iPad, with 200-year-old African Blackwood as its case and an 18K gold Apple logo. Sadly, we don’t have any other details about the Gresso iPad, like what model has been selected.
We do know that it will be expensive. So expensive that they refuse to talk about it. Price will likely be revealed when the exclusive iPad goes on sale on New Year’s Eve. I’m pretty sure I can’t afford it.
You will never ever own this one. And neither will I. That’s because this phone is for the filthy rich. It comes from luxury handset maker Gresso, and is called Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot. The price? Oh, just $1 million. I’m sure you have that just lying around.
The phone case is made of 180 grams of pure gold, encrusted with 45.5K black diamonds and an African Blackwood back panel. The keypad keys are made from a single manually polished and laser engraved crystal sapphire. Gresso is only making 3 of them.
From the front it looks like a plain old iPhone 4, but around back this iPhone is sporting some wood. This beautiful specimen comes from Russian technology company Gresso. There are embedded Swarovski crystals and an 18-karat golden Apple logo set in a sheet of African Blackwood.
While we loath Swarovski crystals on gadgets, this design is much more tasteful than the solid gold iPhones we are used to seeing. This luxury phone will arrive in December for $3,500, or $3,000 for the male version on the right.
Would you like to be able to customize your phone anyway you want? Have it match your dress or shoes? Gresso is offering just such an opportunity with an Online Boutique, where you can choose from almost 40 combinations to create a unique cell phone that screams you.
If you want, you can even get your initials or an inscription engraved on the inside. If this sounds good to you, then we’re hoping you have the necessary scratch in your bank account as the starting price of the phone is $2,200.
If you love racing, you’ll love the Gresso Grand Monaco USB flash drive. If you can afford it that is. Hopefully you don’t have Formula 1 taste with a go-cart budget as 32GB of storage space will cost you $200 for the Classic model.
The Double Security model will set you back $500. They’re constructed of titanium superalloy and high-tech ceramic. Whether you want the Double Security or Classic designs, both feature carbon inserts for that luxury flair.
Gadgets becoming jewelry is getting more common and why shouldn’t it? It makes toting around our gadgets that much easier. But making it look halfway decent to look at and still be functional is the trick. The Gresso wearable pendant manages to do it right. It houses a whooping 192 GB USB, carved out of 200-year-old African wood.
It’s a nice departure from the usual Swarovski studded piece. In three angles, it houses three 64 GB USB drives. Sadly for the ladies wanting one, it is limited to just 99 pieces being manufactured. The Gresso ENIGMA comes in two different styles. The star shaped “Constellation” and triangular ” Labyrinth”. Each comes with a strap for wearing as a jewelery pendant. The price is 5000 Euros.