If you think the trendy Motorola Razr doesn't try hard enough to be stylish, Motorola is on a serious quest to prove you're wrong. The company that started the thin phone revolution and gave the world the first gadget in bright pink has partnered with Dolce & Gabbana to produce a special blinged-out version of the Motorola Razr V3i for T-Mobile.A perfect cell phone for anyone with the Midas touch, the Razr V3i D&G is clad in a bright gold skin and features D&G-themed wallpapers and ring tones. The feature set and basic form factor unchanged form the original gray V3i; this is a phone for fashionistas rather than gadget-fiends. As with the all D&G couture, you'll pay a lot for the privilege--$400 to be exact--but T-Mobile offers it for $299 with service.
The V3i D&G strikes a pose from the moment you get out the box. The shiny gold skin is truly unique and is sure to catch glances on the street. The color scheme extends to the inside of the phone as the navigation array, the keypad buttons and the border surrounding the internal display are covered in the same bright hue. You also get a gold D&G dangle that attaches to your handset, and the box is covered in gold as well. It may be a bit much for those with a more understated style, but slaves to fashion should be impressed.