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    Exclamation Najskuplji iPad na svetu

    Vec smo opisivali skupe uredjaje koji su prekriveni dragim kamenjem i plemenitim metalima kao sto je iPhone od 1.92 miliona britanskih funti.

    Kompanija Mervis je odlucila da ulepsa iPad na ovaj nacin. On je prekriven gusto poredjanim dijamantima od 11.43 karata. Za ovakav uredjaj treba izdvojiti 20.000$.
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    Default Re: Najskuplji iPad na svetu

    to sto si napisao je apsolutno netacno
    najskuplji iPad je ovde:

    It's not too late to bid on the new, sealed-in-box 16GB iPad being offered by egiftscentral_123 — an eBay "top-rated seller" with 99.3% positive feedback — for the Buy It Now price of $21 million (plus $14.42 for shipping).

    If that seems like a lot to pay for a tablet computer you can pick up at your nearest Apple Store come April 3 for $499, that's probably because you haven't checked out the other iPad offerings on eBay (EBAY).

    On Sunday morning, two days after Apple (AAPL) began taking orders online — and three weeks before the device ships — a search for "iPad" on eBay turned up 2,078 listings, from iPad screen protectors to iPad-ready purses.

    The big money, it would seem, is in iPad domain names — Web addresses that will presumably generate a lot of traffic if the device takes off. We counted 312 offerings, many for multiple sites. At least five have a Buy It Now sticker price of $21 million, including and There were no takers Sunday for ($1 million), ($3,000) or ($1,300). But had at least one bid — $10 from a veteran domain-name trader list as _***b.

    The hottest action Sunday was in auctions for the iPad itself, 394 in all. The 16GB Wi-Fi iPad was the most popular item, followed closely by the 64GB model. Serious bidding seemed to center on offers to ship iPads internationally on April 3. There were 22 bids, for example, for a 64GB Wi-Fi-only iPad that shipped oversees for a flat $59 rate, a $699 value (not counting shipping) with a top bid of $860.

    A 23% mark-up might make sense for a buyer who really wants an iPad and lives outside the 10 countries where the devices go on sale next month.

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