Gresso iPad Covered in 200-Year-old Wood

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Gresso iPad crafted in 200-Year-Old wood and 18 ct Gold Apple Logo
Gresso iPad crafted in 200-Year-Old wood and 18 ct Gold Apple Logo If you have more money than you need and want to buy a luxury, one of a kind iPad, then Gresso, a well-known name when it comes to luxury products, may just have the right stuff for you, the iPad Gresso. Not just any iPad, designed by Russian luxury manufacturer, this version of the iPad comes framed in 200-year-old African Blackwood, which is said to be the world’s most valuable tree, as well as an 18K pure gold Apple logo. Boasted of being the most valuable tree in the world, the African Blackwood is prized due to the elegant rich ebony look that it renders. African Blackwood is tough owing to some of its natural features and the unique processing technology that has been patented by its designer. The company claims that no two iPads manufactured by them will be alike, each shows off its own uniqueness. Of course, the price tag always matches the extravagance your getting your hands on, but you know what they say: if you have to ask, you probably can’t afford it. [Gresso]
Gresso iPad crafted in 200-Year-Old wood and 18 ct Gold Apple Logo

Gresso iPad crafted in 200-Year-Old wood and 18 ct Gold Apple Logo

Gresso iPad crafted in 200-Year-Old wood and 18 ct Gold Apple Logo

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