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A Tiffany-Apple clock or necklace and earrings?
In past times, Apple worked with jewelry maker Tiffany & Co. to produce a selection of products for fans of the Apple brand. Among the collection was the Apple-logo embossed gilded brass swivel alarm clock, apparently perfect for both the desk and suitcase, priced at $325.
If that didn't take your fancy, you could also take home with you a pair of Tiffany Apple earrings and a matching necklace, set in 14 carat gold for $89. Pens and decanters were also available, and everything came in a Tiffany box with satin ribbon.
Apple's briefcase, priced at $449, "will help you be as organized as it makes you look." Lined with sheepskin, the leather suitcase featured combination locking, a "hidden" compartment, and a debossed Apple logo.
You may have an Apple suitcase to keep you organized on the move, but what about when you're working from home?
The iPad and iPhone maker had you covered. The 30x60 white MacTable was a fully adjustable desk to cater for your Macintosh peripherals, and was trimmed with Beechwood.
Originally designed by the Danish, the MacTable would have set you back $399.