DigitTronics demonstrated its RCX4 Star Stryker radio-controlled helicopter to the delight of many a "Star Wars" fan at CES 2010.
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DigitTronics demonstrated its RCX4 Star Stryker radio-controlled helicopter to the delight of many a "Star Wars" fan at CES 2010.
Updated:
Photo by: Donald Bell/CNET / Caption by:
DigitTronics demonstrated its RCX4 Star Stryker radio-controlled helicopter to the delight of many a "Star Wars" fan at CES 2010.
Updated:
Photo by: Donald Bell/CNET / Caption by:
DigitTronics demonstrated its RCX4 Star Stryker radio-controlled helicopter to the delight of many a "Star Wars" fan at CES 2010.
Updated:
Photo by: Donald Bell/CNET / Caption by:
DigitTronics demonstrated its RCX4 Star Stryker radio-controlled helicopter to the delight of many a "Star Wars" fan at CES 2010.
Updated:
Photo by: Donald Bell/CNET / Caption by:
DigitTronics demonstrated its RCX4 Star Stryker radio-controlled helicopter to the delight of many a "Star Wars" fan at CES 2010.
Updated:
Photo by: Donald Bell/CNET / Caption by:
DigitTronics demonstrated its RCX4 Star Stryker radio-controlled helicopter to the delight of many a "Star Wars" fan at CES 2010.
Updated:
Photo by: DigitTronics / Caption by:
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