You can stop playing with your Millennium Falcon figurine now, because there's a new Star Wars toy in town that will actually, truly take to the air.
Dronemaker Propel unveiled four of these tiny quadcopters at the Star Wars Celebration Europe 2016 in London. The airborne Falcon, X-Wing, TIE fighter and a 74-Z speeder bike are all hand-painted, according to Mashable, and -- get this -- they shoot lasers. Why? To make battle reenactments more real, of course. For an extra thrill, future features will spin the fliers through a series of aerial stunts, Wired reported.
The drones promise to whiz by at 40mph speeds, with the faster Millennium Falcon cresting at 50mph. Good news: They're expected to ship this fall for about $200 or $300 each, which converts to £153 or £229 and AU$268 or AU$401.
Bad news: There's no US distribution planned yet, Wired said (though the drones will be available elsewhere). Help us, Obi-Wan Kenobi! You're our only hope.