The iPad Supreme Edition is for the guy that doesn’t feel self-conscious pulling out his iPad in a coffee shop. He also probably also feels inconspicuous driving his droptop Rolls-Royce through London. This man likely has timepieces worth more than many houses and this iPad will be used for the same complementary purposes as yellow gold simply doesn’t go with everything. Chances are this person will opt for not only the 22ct £129,995 ($190k USD) edition, but seek out a white gold or platinum version as well. Good thing Stuart Hughes is only making 10 of these. That clearly suggests that there really aren’t that many rich bastards in the world that will actually want one of these.
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