"Star Wars Battle Quad drones are too awesome to fly casual"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
Star Wars Battle Quad drones are too awesome to fly casual
I have you now.
Star wars battle quads are the geeky drones you're looking for.
If you ever wanted to join the space battles of the Star Wars saga now's your change.
These official Star Wars remote control drone toys interact with each other So you can launch into dog fights just like the movies.
Choose between an X-Wing fighter, Darth Vader's Tie Advanced, or a speeder bike complete with Imperial scout trooper to battle your friends.
When you've got your rival in your sights, the drones register a hit, score enough hits and your enemy crashes to the ground.
The battle quads can hit up to 35 miles an hour in 3 seconds and pull off fancy maneuvers including barrel rolls to throw off your pursuers.
While you're playing, the controllers play sound and clips of dialogue from the movies that instantly transport you to a galaxy far, far away.
And the attention to detail extends even further Look at what happens when you open the box.
Of course, this much awesome comes at a price.
Each Star Wars battle pod costs 230 pounds.
And considering you need at least two to stage a fight, that could turn into a sizable investment 230 quid, we could almost buy our own ship for that.
But who's gonna fly it kid, you?
You bet I could, I'm not a bad pilot myself.
We don't have to sit here and listen to this.
We haven't that much with us.
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