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but stillits plated in gold with 63(64?) diamonds
that would make an AWESOME birthday present lol
Personally, I`m holding out for the platinum & moonrock 2Gb mp3 player that has it`s own butler to press the buttons and offers free sessions with any waitress/dancer at the Spearmint Rhino.
I`m going to keep it in my Ferrari.
a 1 pound mp3 player? Come on, I`ll stick with my 2 gig ipod
For those with more money than sense I guess.
But anyways, this is a complete waste of money, if anyone could aford that. Just get a 1G iPod Nano for 1/100th of the price :-P.
its like hanging a sign on your neck saying:"raid me" if a criminal would see that thing around your neck he could just as well chopyour head off and steal it... :-P
"why do females like diamonds...cause its shiny...do you know what else likes shiny things??? raccoons...and maybe moths...
i can see paris hilton using this."
"Although I`m tempted to buy one today, I`ve heard that TrekStor will soon be introducing a 4GB model for under $30,000. I`m going to wait"
"I think the real question is: does it come with a 2 year warranty?"
"I was going to get one of these, but then I called up Steve Jobs, and for 50k I got an 80 gig iPod video made out of pure ivory, with sapphires around the screen and the wheel, and a large diamond as the button in the middle. Much better."
What a complete waste of money. It`s sickening!
It`s also pretty ugly...
Technical DetailsWorld`s most expensive MP3 player is cast in 750 gold (18 karat) with 63 diamonds (one-karat) Large, 1 GB memory holds loads of tunes (MP3, WMA, WAV, ASF, and OGG formats) Two-color OLED screen displays ID3 tags, FM radio station info, and equalizer visualization Designed with two headphone jacks for sharing music with a friend Measures 2.95 x 1.26 x 0.63 inches (WxHxD)
so not that good then
but are those iPods GOLD? sweet beautiful GOLD?
If I had millions kicking around...I`d probably buy it.....but for sure, more songs?
Maybe it`s only one GB because that`s how many songs they can afford to be played live for each person?