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USB missile launcher, round two: now with lasers!

Cyrus Farivar
November 27, 2006
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We're not really sure how many people need a $50 piece of laser-guided artillery to arm their workspaces with, but when your adversaries have regular USB missile launchers and circus cannons, we feel that it's important to stay on top in the office space arms race. Fortunately our buddies at Engadget Chinese have found the Striker II, which comes with a Level 3 precision guidance system (whatever that means). It may have something to do with accompanying 3D software (pictured), although we don't quite get what that city in the background is all about, nor why the missiles are pointed toward the user -- so you may want to get that guidance system looked at before you aim it at your nearest enemy.

[Via Engadget Chinese]



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