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Monday, 06 December 2010 08:59

iPad gets alligator skin case

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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When overpriced just isn’t overpriced enough
Nothing speaks of lifestyle like Apple + dead alligator skins seems to be the message sent by David August, a California based luxury brand. The brand’s latest collection features a selection of “exotic leather goods” to keep your equipment in style.

This luxury iPad case will set you back $6,900 whereas the entire collection goes for measly $37,800. With this announcement, previously most expensive iPad case ($4,900) dropped to second place.

We’re still waiting to see cases from human skin, but that sort of goods go cheap these days.

More here.

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