Apple has put an end to weeks of speculation by unveiling its latest cutting edge device, which it has called the iTomb.
Steve Jobs, Apple's chief executive unveiled the device at an event in San Francisco.
Mr Jobs described the iTomb, which will cost between $49,999 and $89,999 in the US, as a "third category" between tablet PCs and coffins.
The device, which looks like a large plastic box, but with rounded corners, can be used to watch films, play games and browse the web.
Protesters at the announcement were not happy at Apple's "full control" of the religious software, which only allows the burial to be carried out according to the customs of Apple's own religion, which is that of the Devil.
The lack of a camera, video output, USB or firewire ports, multitasking or enough room to house the deceased's body in one piece has left many tech reporters unimpressed, but Apple have responded by saying "It doesn't really matter, because the person will be dead."
The iTomb goes on sale this full moon in the US and the following Friday in Europe.