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If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to pilot the Millennium Falcon, X-Wing, Tie Advanced X1 or 74-Z Speeder Bike, drone maker Propel is about to make your dreams come true with a whole new line of Star Wars themed quadcopters. Launching later this year, each of the four hand-painted drones uses four clear-bladed rotors positioned underneath to give them flight, and you control them with an included remote as they rocket to a top of speed of roughly 25mph in less than three seconds. Star Wars wouldn’t be Star Wars without laser battles, so each drone is also equipped with lasers you can use to disable friends and foes alike after three hits. The only real downside is the fact that they’re not currently licensed for sale in the US. Here’s hoping they get that worked out before Christmas so you can battle your siblings around the tree.

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