Bluetooth headsets can be pretty dorky, unless they are totally blinged with 18k gold and 180 diamonds.
Motorola and Alexander Amosu only made 100 which cost between $8,000 to $12,000.
If you're going to take your gadgets to that level of opulence, you may as well invest in two, to ensure neither clashes with your jewelery. Get one in white diamonds and one with black.
Implications - North American society favors individuality and one way corporations are satiating this consumer want is by offering products which are prestigious and exclusive. With the recent economic downturn however, consumers are finding it much more difficult to spend disposable income on items which they deem frivolous. Corporations who are able to offer consumers the sense of exclusivity through products with lower price points will likely enjoy great financial success despite the current economic climate.
Motorola and Alexander Amosu Headset
Going Like Sixty — December 13, 2007 — Tech