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Luvaglio promises million-dollar notebook

updated 03:25 pm EDT, Thu March 22, 2007

Luvaglio Million Dollar PC

London-based luxury designer Luvaglio is boasting that it has developed a million-dollar notebook. Although the specifications are currently unavailable, the firm notes that much of the cost stems from its use of luxurious materials. Buyers have the choice of relatively exotic materials such as pink leather or finished black wood for the outer shell, and gold or other precious metals for the lining; even diamonds are said to be part of the system. A matching case holds the system without seeming out of place in a home or office's decor.

The luxury agency doesn't list the price or other details of the system and asks instead that its customers get in direct contact to order the system. See larger photos after the break. [via Luxury Launches]





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  1. notehead

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    Wonderful....

    Oh, thank God! I was wondering what I could possibly do with that extra million dollars I have sitting on top of the coffee table. I was afraid that I might have to waste it on feeding quite a lot of starving people or funding an arts organization or -- gasp! -- buying around 1500 NORMAL laptops for an entire school system somewhere. At last, someone came up with a way for me to spend that money on myself!

    (This kind of thing really makes me puke.)

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