The Gold History Edition of the iPad 2 is surrounded by 53 individually-set diamonds that equal 12.5 carats. The two Apple logos made of 24-carat gold weigh 2,000 grams. The front frame is made from Ammolite, a 75-million-year-old rock from Canada. Now, get this: Sections of a 65 million-year-old T-rex dinosaur’s thigh bone was splintered and then shaved into the rock. Add another 13 diamonds, and you have a very shiny iPad. That’s all well and good, but it sounds like it would be a little on the heavy side. Still, if you can’t pass it up, phone in your order to British designer Stuart Hughes of Liverpool, U.K.