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Rcx 4 Star Stryker Looks Nothing Like an X-Wing Fighter

by Paul Strauss
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I was strolling down the aisles at the CES show today, when what did I see but a wondrous remote-controlled aircraft hovering in the sky. What was it that I spied?

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Nope, as much as I want to believe this airborne beauty is an X-Wing Fighter, it’s actually an RCX 4 Star Stryker, I swear.

Whatever you call it, it’s a whole lot of awesome. The RCX 4 uses 3D gyroscopic technology to hover in a perfectly-balanced way – perfect for beginner R/C flyers. Not only can it be controlled from up to 1-mile away, it can fly for about 10 minutes on a single charge. Watch it fly through the air with the greatest of ease, doing its best to avoid Lucasfilm attorneys at every turn…

And the best part is, it comes in this nifty padded metal case, along with the controller.

The whole kit-and-kaboodle retails for $399 (USD) over at DigitTronics, but if you happen to be hanging out in the South Hall at CES this week, you can grab one for a show special price of $299.

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