London: An iPad worth five million pounds has been customised by a specialist designer with gold, diamonds and shavings of a Tyrannosaurus Rex bone.
Believed to be the world’s most expensive gadget, the device was created by a Briton, Stuart Hughes, Sky News reported.
The iPad 2 is encrusted with 12.5-carat diamonds. A total of 53 gems form the iconic Apple logo.
The back section consists of 24-carat gold and the main front frame is made from a 75 million-year-old rock – Ammolite.
A part of a T-Rex thigh bone dating back 65 million years has been placed in the stone.
Hughes is renowned for creating luxury goods, including a 219,995-pound Macbook Air computer and a diamond and platinum iPhone costing 20,995 pounds.