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The toymakers at Sphero roll out two new remote-controlled droids, R2-D2 and BB-9E.
Dramatic photos, sleek packaging, and a mix of gloss and matte give these droids a premium feel before they're even out of the box.
BB-9E comes in a minimalist box. A training dock and charging cradle sit beneath the droid.
R2-D2 slumbers. You can wake him with the Spero's app, which connects via Bluetooth.
These ARE the droids you're looking for.
Ardent fans will find the details on this astromech droid are very satisfying.
The lines, paint job and decals look strikingly similar to the on-screen version of R2-D2.
These durable rubber treads give R2-D2 traction when he moves.
A familiar friend waits inside.
This astromech droid looks very close to the real deal.
Everyone's favourite recurring droid.
An unfamiliar face. Friend or foe?
The First Order: A formidable foe with droids like BB-9E in tow.
BB-9E, a glimpse of what the Rebel Alliance is up against.
To begin the adventure, power up BB-9E via the charging cradle.
BB-9E in the Droid Trainer dock. Place your droid here, open the 'Sphero App-Enabled Droids' app and explore a holographic simulation of the Star Wars galaxy.
The newly unveiled duo in front of some packaging materials.
The First Order or the Rebel Alliance? Choose your side.
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