The iPhone gets a lot of attention, with countless companies releasing bedazzled versions of the smartphone, but thanks to Germany-based Brinell, the iPad Air 2 has now gotten some much-needed love. Their refined interpretation swaps out the tablet’s traditional round-edged encasement for your choice of Macassar wood, nappa leather or carbon fiber. "With the variations in our different materials and colors, we allow users to tune the incredible technology of the iPad to their own individual style," says founder Michael Föhrenbach. Thanks to Qi wireless charging technology, you won’t have to deal with cords either, instead you can just leave it on its magnetic charging station. The iOS9 device is available in 16 to 128GB and starts at €1,499 (about $1,684).