We first reported about the USB missile launcher in 2006. You could launch missiles only from the connected PC. The latest USB MSN Missile Launcher actually can be remote controlled via the MSN messenger software and has an integrated webcam for aiming at your remote target.
Of course you should get at least two MSN USB Missile Launchers and give one to your friend, else you cannot remotely attack him or her.
The foam missiles shoot 15 feet accompanied with sound effects.
The MSN enabled Missile launcher sells from gadget shop Brando for $49 and will start shipping on January 18th.
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