iPad fit for a king
Made in England, this custom plated iPad is a bit on the pricey side: $24,000 dollars. But it’ll turn a few heads.
No list is complete without a solid gold brick phone. Fair warning: Good luck finding a signal with one of these—about as useful now as a rotary phone.
iPhone Diamond Edition
Of course, all gold is a little tacky. For those who like to mix their precious metals with precious gemstones, this 3GS should fit the bill.
If you play a lot of Xbox — and there are a lot of you — and happen to have a rich uncle, maybe you can talk him into buying you one of these.
This is an actual photo of what Princess Zelda games on. True story.
Analog SLRs were last seen in the early 2000s. But this retro Canon SLR can still turn heads.
The perfect running accessory
Jogging with an iPod is a must. If you happen to jog down Rodeo Drive, it wouldn’t hurt to use this Shuffle.
The Gold MacBook
If you're wealthy and you love portable Apple computers, have I got the gadget for you. Just prepare to break out your wallet.
The wealthy QWERTY
Keyboards aren’t going anywhere. This 24K click pad from Asia is living proof.
iPhones are slowly killing full-size iPods. But this signed one by Usain Bolt is alive and well.
iPhone 4: Gold Edition
The lame thing about iPhones is that a lot of people are buying them. Now you can stand out while blinding oncoming traffic as you text and drive.
Wall Street Copy Machine
This all-purpose photocopier is a must for any irresponsible, rich, or otherwise investment bank on the receiving end of corporate welfare.
If you really want to make an impression the next time you play craps, make sure you wear one of these.
Headphones of the rich and violent
If there’s a better way to celebrate both wealth and violence while listening to music, I wouldn’t know.
Rich Man’s Kindle
The bad thing about books — for the rich anyway’s — is they are accessible to all. Not this.
What do people do when they find something they like? They encrust it in gold, of course. So why not buy your favorite tech gadgets this holiday -- dipped in real gold?