Voice Activated R2-D2

May 1, 2014

Category: Tech

In what could be the greatest Star Wars gift to ever hit the scene, this voice activated R2-D2 obeys audible commands, and is ready to serve you day and night.

While we have nothing but love for C-3PO, if we had to pick a favorite droid from the galaxy far, far away , it would probably be R2. Now you can bring the curious little droid into your own home. This 15-inch tall robot is capable of obeying 40 voice commands, can play games like tag using his built-in infrared sensor, will follow you all throughout the house, and can even be set to detect mode – meaning he will sound an alarm when an unwanted intruder enters his proximity. As if these features weren’t awesome enough, your household R2-unit will also replay sounds and dialogs from the Star Wars movies, dance to the famed cantina music, and answer yes or no questions with his playful audible beeps we all know and love. See your soon-to-be best friend in action below. [Purchase]

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