We have only one request of those who are wondering whether to get a Guitar Hero "Air Guitar Rocker": If you're a middle-aged man, don't.
It's one thing if you're Crave-meister Brian Tong, who sampled it at CES earlier this year, but it's not the same with an old guy trying desperately to relive his youth with . Jada Toys' device is finally on sale at Target, Wal-Mart, and other big retailers, offering a mini-amplifier, sensor-packed belt buckle, and an "Air Cartridge" with "ten signature guitar riffs" of various degrees of difficulty, according to Engadget.
It's the latest in a long and depressing line of air guitar devices that come in the form of a, , , and an . The Air Guitar Rocker does have the vaunted Guitar Hero , of course. But, as we've seen before, that's not necessarily enough to keep a player from self-inflicted .