Wicked Lasers has made a real-life lightsaber. And yes, you can buy it. So what are you waiting for?
Just in time for May the Fourth "Star Wars" day, Wicked Lasers unveils a very lightsaber-like improvement to its insanely powerful Spyder III series of lasers. But we suggest you stay away from it.
Just as geeks have long lusted after an actual working lightsaber, so have gamers lusted after an actual working Nintendo zapper. Lust no longer, it's now reality... if you have the proper safety gear.
Sushi and "Star Wars" come together in the form of LED-powered lightsaber chopsticks.
What would you destroy if you had the Spyder III Krypton handy? Just don't pretend it's a lightsaber.
Forget those boring generic desktops sold en masse and prepare to witness the birth of a powerful PC built inside a "Star Wars" AT-AT.