Regal Titanium made from a billet of titanium, runs on Symbian S40
Luxury handset maker Gresso has shown off a new handset, the Regal Titanium. As the name suggests, it is largely made of titanium, milled from a billet piece of the metal. Titanium is resistant to corrosion, salt, moisture and sunlight, making it long lasting.
Exclusivity of Symbian S40-powered phone is guaranteed thanks to 555-unit run
Gresso, which makes ultra-rare and exclusive devices, has now brought out its latest gadget, the Cruiser Air Black. The phone is the maker's first with a one-piece aluminum alloy construction and weighs just 106 grams. Its production will be limited to just 555 units.
Bejewelled iPhone sports 3 Swiss time pieces
Gresso, a design house which specializes in creating customized expensive and exotic renditions of devices, has just released a $30,000 diamond bedazzled iPhone 4. The Lady Blanche features a coating of diamond-coated mineral glass on the case and six panels imbedded into the back of the iPhone. Three contain Swiss watch movements, each showing the time in a different time zone. The other three chambers contain diamond crystals freely floating around.
Gresso iPad uses 200-year-old African Blackwood
Russian-based design house Gresso, which specializes in making ultra-exclusive and expensive versions of popular consumer electronics, has now unveiled its latest creation. Apple's iPad has received the company's treatment, which includes 200-year-old African Blackwood for its case and an 18K gold Apple logo. No other details about the Gresso iPad are known, including what model has been selected.