Bored of Stuart Hughes applying ridiculously outrageous casing to any device preceded with a little i? If so, sorry - because the Liverpool based bespoke designer is at it again with his £5 million iPad 2.

So, what exactly do you get for a price that is £4,999,341 more than Apple's RRP?

Well, you'll get an iPad 2 that turns up the tackiness and vulgarity to 11; one that contains not only genuine 65 million year-old T-Rex bone (57g of thigh bone shaved into 750g of Ammolite stone which itself is 75 million years old), 2kg of solid 24ct gold, 12.5 cts of ‘I'F' flawless diamonds, 53 individually set sparkling gems, a 24ct Apple logo, and a single cut 8.5ct flawless diamond inlaid in its own platinum surrounded with 12 outer flawless diamonds.

Just what you were after we bet.

Only two of these models will be made, which is good because there's probably only two people in the world; a) stupid enough to pay £5 million for an iPad 2 and b) strong enough to hold a 3.5kg+ iPad 2 for long periods of time.

If you tick both boxes for that criteria, then you can order direct from Stuart Hughes.

Check out our First Look: Apple iPad 2 review and also take a look at the Apple iPad 2: specs and details - not a diamond or T-Rex bone in sight.