The World’s First Diamond iPad

They say ‘Diamonds are a girl’s best friend.’ And here is a perfect gift for a blingy geek girl: the World’s First Diamond iPad which is already in production, though the iPads won’t be available until April 3.

The world's first diamond iPad by Mervis Diamond Importers.

They say ‘Diamonds are a girl’s best friend.’ And here’s the perfect gift for a blingy geek girl – the World’s First Diamond iPad which is already in production, though the iPads won’t be available until April 3.

Mervis Diamond Importers is planning to release this stunning design to the masses in very limited quantities in June. The Mervis Diamond iPad features 11.43 carats of diamonds, 64 GB of memory and si 3G enabled.

The diamonds are graded G/H in color and VS2/SI1 in clarity – ‘not exactly top-shelf stuff but chances are you’ll be so transfixed with the amazingly beautiful user experience you won’t notice the flaws, ‘ according to Engadget.

The design of the world’s first diamond iPad is understated and classic. ‘Even if the handheld devices of the future are different, this will become a vintage piece with high geek appeal,’ according to Luxist.

The Mervis Diamond iPad costs $19,999.00. Orders will be available after June 1.

And if it makes you feel any better, when you buy a diamond from Mervis, be assured it’s the product of responsible mining and the ethical treatment of every person involved in bringing it to our showroom.

All their diamonds are in strict compliance with the Kimberley Process, an international system created in 2003 to prevent questionable stones from entering the legitimate supply chain. Mervis rejects any diamond without this documentation. [MervisDiamondImporters via Engadget and Luxist]

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