travis scotts rare louis vuitton pc

From the Super Bowl Louis belt to the Sup x LV T-shirt, Travis Scott’s penchant for Louis Vuitton is well documented. Now, he’s added an intriguing new item to his collection. The Texas rapper recently posted an image of a rare LV Damier Ebene handheld computer to his Instagram.

The rare collectible was released back in 2003 as part of Louis Vuitton’s 25th Anniversary Collection. It comes rendered in the French fashion house’s iconic Damier Ebene check print, with the Louis Vuitton logo inscribed in subtle gold lettering on the lid.

As you can tell from Scott’s in hand shot, the PC is considerably small, measuring 8″ by 3.75″ inches. That makes it handy for transporting, particularly with its brown leather shoulder strap. Unfortunately, the early ’00s tech only runs when connected to a charger.  The handheld PC runs on Microsoft Windows and includes a stylus, wall charger, and headphone jack. Take a closer look below.

The keyboard and stylus come in Vuitton’s signature dark brown colorway. The keys are rendered in bright orange which also envelops the space bar.

Another consideration to take into account is that– while the keyboard is British/American, the vintage PC only functions in Japanese. However, if your Kanji is up to scratch you can buy your own vintage LV PC here for $2,500.

Weekend Staff Writer

Isabelle is an Australian writer based in Berlin.