Motorola DROID R2-D2 Limited Edition

Join me my son, and we will rule the galaxy as Father and…

Verizon Wireless has announced that Motorola’s Limited Edition DROID R2-D2 will be available beginning Sept. 30. The design is like the Astromech Droid from the Star Wars Saga and will be packaged in a custom box resembling carbonite. Of course this is not all, there is also a Star Wars media dock, wired stereo headset and some exclusive content:

  • R2-D2 notification sounds and ringtones
  • Four live wallpapers
  • R2-D2 Clock Widget
  • “The Best of R2-D2” video with the original Cantina music
  • Exclusive Binoculars App

Motorola Droid2 R2 D2

Verizon also note, that customers with Android 2.1 (and higher) devices will soon be able to get the Empire Strikes Back app from Android Market, allowing to browse, preview and download Star Wars content related to Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back for a one-time charge of $2.99.

This mobile app will have the following features and content:

  • Bounty Hunt Visual ID: Find and capture images around the Star Wars universe to unlock hidden content
  • Sound and Photo Gallery
  • Live Wallpapers:
    • Blast the Probe Droid
    • Luke Balancing Yoda
    • Navigating the Asteroid Field
    • Watch Bespin’s Cloud City
  • Trivia Challenge: Answer trivia questions about The Empire Strikes Back
  • Widgets

To be a true Jedi Master you’ll need to pay $249 (after a $100 mail-in rebate) with a new two-year customer agreement.

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