How do you beat a $208k MacBook Air? The folks that brought you the MacBook Air Supreme Ice Edition consisting of 2,500 grams of platinum and 25.5 cts of flawless diamonds have outdone themselves. The all new MacBook Air Supreme Fire Edition from Stuart Hughes has now surpassed the previous MacBook and with a price tag of a whopping $340,000, it has now taken the prestigious title of the world’s most expensive MacBook Air.
Encrusted with 25.5 cts of ‘I’F’ Flawless diamonds, a magnificent total of 53 individually set sparkling gems sit beautifully in their solid 24ct gold Apple logo. Made of 24-carat gold, Stuart Hughes’ design weighs a mere 2.6kg (only twice the weight of its stock sibling). Sadly, even at that price it lacks Ethernet, has no optical drive and boasts one measly USB port. This is the top of the range 2.13GHz model, Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 1066MHz frontside bus 2GB Memory, 128GB solid-state drive1 and NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics.
If you’re looking to get the MacBook Air Supreme Fire Edition as an gift you need to act now. They take 3 months to construct and a limited edition of only 10 will be made.