Vertu has long been one of the top names in luxury cell phones, but their most recent design may win the race against the competitors. The Vertu Ferrari phone, which is being sold by Nokia stores in London, Paris and Hong Kong, was designed in collaboration with Ferrari and costs a whopping $25,400. The release of the phone, which features a shift gate on its posterior, coincides with Ferrari's 60th anniversary.
While the appeal of a cell phone that costs more than my computer is a bit of a mystery to me, I can admit it's easy to be impressed by the company's special edition phones. The Ferrari phone certainly makes the MOTORAZR Ferrari phone look like a cheap knock off.