star wars reveals millennium falcon and x-wing starfighter drones star wars reveals millennium falcon and x-wing starfighter drones
sep 04, 2015

star wars reveals millennium falcon and x-wing starfighter drones

star wars reveals millennium falcon and x-wing starfighter drones
all images via gizmodo

 

 

 

unfolding over the course of 18 hours, the ‘star wars: the force awakens’ global live toy unboxing event highlighted a range of exciting merchandise for anticipant fans. amongst the new figurines, lego sets, and wearables was the reveal of two star wars-themed drones: a remote-controlled millennium falcon and x-wing starfighter. air hogs will sell the richly detailed millennium falcon quadcopter — which can hover, fly in any direction and light up — alongside the x-wing starfighter air vehicle, complete with blasters and R2-D2.

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the remote-controlled millennium falcon quadcopter

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detail of the star wars millennium falcon drone

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the remote-controlled x-wing starfighter

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the x-wing starfighter

 

via [gizmodo]

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