Cool Stuff: That's No Moon, It's A Levitating Death Star Bluetooth Speaker

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If you're the kind of person who likes to display your nerdiness at every turn, even in the way you listen to music from your mobile device, then we have some good news. Advancements in technology now allow for you to listen to music from a Death Star Bluetooth speaker that actually levitates and spins around while blasting the Star Wars score from John Williams (or any music for that matter). That thing's operational!

Check out the floating Death Star Bluetooth speaker after the jump.

Here's the Death Star Bluetooth speaker in action (via Fancy):

Death Star Bluetooth Speaker

When the 1,000 mAh battery is fully charged, the speaker will give you about 6-8 hours of playback before it's in position to destroy Yavin IV. It also glows in the dark when the lights are off to give it a little more style.

However, the bad news is that this Death Star Bluetooth speaker will cost you $220. That seems a little exorbitant for a Bluetooth speaker, but I guess it depends on how valuable your portable music capabilities are combined with your affinity for showing your love of Star Wars.

This is too salty for my tastes, but I can't help but think about the repercussions of having the Death Star spin that fast. I'm not a physics expert though, so perhaps someone with a more scientific mind can determine just how the speed of the Death Star's rotation would impact the troops inside.

If you still want this fancy new Bluetooth speaker available for purchase at Amazon right now. Thanks to Gizmodo for bringing this to our attention.