These days it seems like everyone has an iPhone 4, so if you want to stand out in the crowd you'll need something with a little more flash. May I suggest the Lady Blanche from Gresso, an iPhone that comes complete with three analog clocks and a bunch of jewels just floating around in compartments on the back.
Most of the time I just ignore blinged-up tech as kind of silly, but in this case I'm pretty impressed by how they managed to stuff in the clocks without making the iPhone any thicker. With most bling tech they encrust the jewels all around the case, but here they have put them in three compartments full of fluid, so they float around kind of like little snow globes.
What I want to know is who the heck buy these things, and what are you going to do with it in two months when the iPhone 5 comes out? Surely no super rich person would be seen carrying around obsolete tech? Just ask the guy who has a five year old $300,000 Black Diamond Windows Mobile cellphone gathering dust in the back of a drawer.
The Gresso Lady Blanche comes in two versions, one with genuine diamonds for $30,000, and one where Swarovski crystals are used instead of the real gems for a mere $8,000. For the guys there's also a jewel free version with six clocks called the Time Machine for just $6,000.
If you move fast, you might just get it in time to flash around for a few days before the iPhone 5 comes out.