Dinosaurs, the monstrous behemoths that roamed across the globe some 65 million years ago are finally being recognized and given a posthumous glory, as the fossils and bones of these gigantic pre-historic animals have taken the shape of uber luxury. Taking this latest trend one step fruiter is Liverpool based Stuart Hughes, who has now come out with a magnificent new creation that is arguably the world’s most expensive iPad. Mr. Hughes, who is globally renowned for his remarkable ability to turn ordinary gadgets into extraordinary objects of luxury, has now yet again applied his creativity to the world’s most cherished tablet device. The all new iPad 2 Gold History Edition carries not only the technology of the 21st century, but also stunning remnants of a time long lost. The front frame of this Gold edition iPad 2 has been designed using the world’s oldest rock called, Ammolite, which was especially acquired from Canada and dates back to an astounding 75 million years.
Creating a perfect blend of prehistoric times and modern day tech, the iPad 2 Gold History Edition features 53 individually set sparkling gems that adorn the Apple logo, which in turn has been crafted from 2,000 grams of 24ct solid gold. However, the main attraction of this gold plated iPad 2 is the bone shavings of a 65 million year old T-REX Dinosaur, which have been mixed with Ammolite. To make the iPad 2 Gold History Edition all the more enticing, Mr. Hughes finished the revamping process with a gorgeous single cut 8.5ct flawless diamond encased in Platinum. Overall, this magnificent creation took about 750 grams of Ammolite stone, 57 grams of T-REX bone and 16.5 ct diamonds. The iPad 2 Gold History Edition carries an astronomical price tag of $8 million and there will be only two pieces of this marvelous creation in existence. Since its launch last year, Apple iPad 2 has been at the center of numerous luxury variations such as the Swarovski crystalled iPad 2 and has even spawned the luxury iPad 2 case.