USB Rocket Launcher

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Who actually works while they’re in the office these days? That’s exactly why we opted for one of these USB Rocket Launcher toys for the office.

All jokes aside, we really do like to have a good time while working, and there’s no better way to do that than launching missiles at your co-workers with this little contraption. The rocket launcher plugs right into your computer through USB, and comes with software that allows you to aim and fire your missiles at anyone you’d like. Don’t let the small size fool you either, as thing can send projectiles at neighboring desks up to 6 meters away. Each launcher comes complete with 4 foam missiles, is compatible with a variety of different operating systems, and retails for $30. [Purchase]

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