Caviar introduces luxurious iPad Pro covered in 24 karat gold: Pricing starts at $12,000

May 17, 2024  10:21

The Russian company Caviar, known for its extravagant gadgets for affluent buyers, has released a limited series of iPad Pro tablets with a unique Criss-Cross design. This model is based on the recently announced Apple iPad Pro 2024.

A distinctive feature of the iPad Pro Criss-Cross series is the design of the rear panel in the shape of the letter "X" from Desert Eagle Mark XIX pistols with gold plating. According to Caviar's designers, this pattern is a reference to the characters of cult blockbusters - "Deadpool" and "Wolverine", whose highly anticipated reunion in a single film will take place this summer.

To give the tablet a rugged look, the barrels of the pistols are "pierced" with sharp titanium blades. The pistols are framed with an inlay of 24-carat gold in contrast to the matte black titanium inserts with PVD coating, which is commonly used in luxury Swiss watches.

The release of the iPad Pro Criss-Cross series is strictly limited, with only 99 units of tablets with screen sizes of 11 and 13 inches being presented. Memory options range from 256 GB to 2 TB. The price of the 11-inch model starts at $12,200, while the 13-inch model starts at $12,630.

Criss-Cross_1.jpg (116 KB) 

  • Archive