'

Steal this iPad?

Luxury gadget seller Stuart Hughes is offering a gold and diamond-encrusted iPad. Maybe this one is more for the limo than the subway: its price tag is almost $190K.

Luxury gadget seller Stuart Hughes is offering a gold and diamond-encrusted iPad. Maybe this one is more for the limo than the subway: its price tag is almost $190K.

For the most elite individual, we bring you the world's 1st solid gold and diamond iPad. Encrusted with 25.5 cts of ‘I'F' Flawless diamonds, a magnificent total of 53 individually set sparkling gems dwell beautifully in their solid 22ct Apple logo. The rear and screen surround are made from a single piece of solid 22ct gold, weighing an immense 2,100 grams.This most luxurious ipads appearance is outstanding even down to the precise polishing to reveal its most beautiful harmonious appearance. A magnificent combination of top of the industry technology and unrivaled craftsmanship was invloved in creating this masterpiece.
The cost is £129,995 GBP, which is $188,185.59 USD.

Check Out: More iPad love: Now hotels offer iPad to customers As I mentioned the other week, there's an iCrime rate for e-readers. Some devices, thieves want and others they pass by.
I have read anecdotal reports that you can read a Kindle on the NYC subway and nobody will bother you. This was said with a note of pride, as if that was a good thing for the Kindle platform. The “where are the iPads if they’re so hot?” measure of the market. We already have news reports that if you pull out a iPad on the subway, you will be instantly mugged.
If the Kindle was so hot a product, where's the solid-gold version from Stuart Hughes? Sorry, Charlie.