Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Research | By Raquel Erickson

Samsung VR7000 Star Wars limited edition Powerbots use the CycloneForce, Luke

Samsung VR7000 Star Wars limited edition Powerbots use the CycloneForce, Luke

Both models can play music from the iconic series, and will make sounds according to their model.

But the South Korean tech firm has decided that its line up of flagship phones, QLED TVs, and smart fridges needs a vacuum cleaning robot slathered in the iconic Darth Vader and Stormtrooper helmet designs.

The Darth Vader model comes with Wi-Fi connectivity and its own remote control. It was a first-of-its-kind approach to building and launching a product designed by the fans and built for the fans. It's the result of a partnership between Samsung and Star Wars fans.

Each cleaner has suction capacity power of 10W.

VR7000 Star Wars limited edition includes all the core cleaning technologies that Samsung has introduced with the original VR7000m including the CycloneForce technology, the Edge Clean Master, and a suction power of 10 watts.

Have you ever wished for Darth Vader to clean your living room? A sensor ensures that the robot vacuum will clean around personal items as small as 10 mm. With its unique smart features and powerful performance, the VR7000 was awarded the 2017 CES Innovation Award. You can preorder both now at the Samsung website; the estimated ship date is November 5th at the time of writing.

Samsung will be doing some The Last Jedi promotion as well for the newly launched cleaners with a "Vacuum Your Space" video created by "Star Wars super fans", as well as other fan-centric plans going forward. The goggles use OLED displays and are at a higher resolution than the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, whil.

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