The smartphone is called the TL700 (pictue right) and features a 3.7" 800x480 resolution touchscreen display.
There's 4GB of memory and a 5 MP camera in the back.
The body is gold plated and the back is laced with crocodile skin.
Unfortunately, Lambo paid more attention to the aesthetics as it opted for ageing Google's Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
This will cost an astronomical US$2,743 (€1,977).
The middle phone (after the break) is called the TL820 Spyder 2 and rocks a 2.4" VGA display with a 5 megapixel rear camera and a VGA front-facing camera.
It has 1 GB of internal storage and a MicroSD card slot that can take cards up to 16GB.
Price? US$2,438 (€1,949).
Yes, two stacks for a dumb phone.
The low-end model is called the TL688 Spyder and rocks a two-inch QVGA display and a three megapixel camera.
Nothing special, really, other than the leather-trimmed body.
Guess how much this one costs. We'll wait.
The tablet is, oddly, cheaper than the smartphone (maybe it's the lack of gold).
At US$2,286 (€1,828), the L2800 gives you a 9.7" 1024x768 display, a 1.2 GHz Qualcomm processor, 512 MB of Ram, and 4GB of internal memory.
And, no, it doesn't run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
It's still shuffling along with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, not even the tablet-specific Android Honeycomb!
You really, really, really have to love Lamborghini to cop one of these over any other Android-powered devices on the market.