Does Darth Vader Have a Subliminal Presence in The Last Jedi's Poster?

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It even has an app that lets you control the droids and are compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa. There's no confirmed availability in the Middle East yet, but the Star Wars PowerBots are available to pre-order in the USA for US$799.

A Darth Vader version comes with Wi-Fi connectivity and own remote control, while a Stormtrooper model is designed around the iconic helmet of a soldier of the Empire.

With Star Wars mania picking up again with the upcoming release of The Last Jedi, Samsung has announced a self-piloting vacuum (I call them all Roombas), in the style of Darth Vader and Stormtroopers. The Darth Vader version, for example, makes the breathing sounds so synonymous with the Sith lord. Both models also offer fun and unique sound effects appropriate for each character.

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Both robot vacuums feature 10-Watt suction power, CycloneForce technology and the ability to clean close to walls and edges. They are available for pre-order from Samsung's website today and will be released on November 5th. The Visionary Mapping Plus feature enables the vacuum to work autonomously by mapping the room and finding the fastest cleaning routes. A sensor ensures that the robot vacuum will clean around personal items as small as 10 mm.

Mini-figures, phone cases, fancy dress; these are the things you'd normally expect find toting Star Wars inspired designs, not a Samsung robot vacuum.

The Darth Vader model will apparently state "you are powerful" when it goes into turbo mode and play the Imperial March when it's returning to its charging station.