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Brando's iLaunch Thunder is an iPhone-powered rocket launcher

The iLaunch Thunder is controlled by your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
The iLaunch Thunder is controlled by your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
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The iLaunch Thunder is controlled by your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
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The iLaunch Thunder is controlled by your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
The iLaunch Thunder allows you to shoot missiles at unsuspecting victims up to 25 feet away
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The iLaunch Thunder allows you to shoot missiles at unsuspecting victims up to 25 feet away
The iLaunch comes with four foam darts
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The iLaunch comes with four foam darts
You can point the iLaunch a variety of different directions
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You can point the iLaunch a variety of different directions
The iLaunch is controlled by your iPhone, iPad, or iPad touch
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The iLaunch is controlled by your iPhone, iPad, or iPad touch
If the "Shake to fire" option is enabled, you can also fire your iLaunch Thunder by shaking your iDevice
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If the "Shake to fire" option is enabled, you can also fire your iLaunch Thunder by shaking your iDevice
Slide your finger up, down, left and right, to position the iLaunch Thunder
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Slide your finger up, down, left and right, to position the iLaunch Thunder
An iLaunch Controller app is used to control the missile launcher remotely
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An iLaunch Controller app is used to control the missile launcher remotely
The iLaunch Thunder is controlled by your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
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The iLaunch Thunder is controlled by your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
The iLaunch Thunder allows you to shoot missiles at unsuspecting victims up to 25 feet away
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The iLaunch Thunder allows you to shoot missiles at unsuspecting victims up to 25 feet away
The iLaunch comes with four foam darts
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The iLaunch comes with four foam darts
You can point the iLaunch a variety of different directions
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You can point the iLaunch a variety of different directions
The iLaunch is controlled by your iPhone, iPad, or iPad touch
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The iLaunch is controlled by your iPhone, iPad, or iPad touch
If the "Shake to fire" option is enabled, you can also fire your iLaunch Thunder by shaking your iDevice
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If the "Shake to fire" option is enabled, you can also fire your iLaunch Thunder by shaking your iDevice
Slide your finger up, down, left and right, to position the iLaunch Thunder
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Slide your finger up, down, left and right, to position the iLaunch Thunder
An iLaunch Controller app is used to control the missile launcher remotely
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An iLaunch Controller app is used to control the missile launcher remotely

All those missile shooting games on your iPhone not realistic enough for you? Brando's iLaunch Thunder is a missile launcher that pairs with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch over Bluetooth, and allows you to shoot missiles at unsuspecting victims up to 25 feet away.

The iLaunch Thunder has a 270-degree horizontal rotation, and vertical flexibility of more than 40 degrees. Couple the device's directional skills with the launcher's 25-foot (7.6-meter) shooting distance, and you can cover close to 1,400 square feet (130 square meters) of space with the toy. Where you shoot your missiles is controlled by the move you make from within the iLaunch Controller app on your iDevice.

One downside is that you only get four missiles with the launcher, so if you plan on launching a full-on attack on your office, you'll need to strategically plan where those missiles go.

The iLaunch Thunder is available until December 15 from Brando for US$82. After that, the cost of the missile launcher goes up to its regular price of US$96.90.

Love controlling things with your iPhone? You might also want to check out Griffin's iPhone-controlled HELO TC helicopter, or Parrot's A.R. Drone.

The video below shows the iLaunch Thunder in action.

iLaunch Thunder

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