No. Nope. Nyet, negatory, and nein. Sorry, gang, but we is scientistic. STAR WARS: EPISODE VII – THE FORCE AWAKENS Millennium Falcon Bluetooth Speaker, we call B.S. (Bantha-S***) on this one.
Look, Han Solo loved him some sweet tech, especially a ship that could, by his explanation, travel some measured distance in some smaller measure of distance – which makes us wonder, was he just confusedly admitting that the Millennium Falcon broke down two-thirds through the Kessel Run? Anyway.
He’s a barely learned-enough scruffy, nerf-herding scoundrel to surely know that space is a vacuum. That means, no sound. Han and Chewie alike would be impressed by their ship wirelessly streaming “Yub Nub”from a range of up to 30 feet from its controller, but all the Bluetooth 1.1, 1.2, 2.0, and 2.1+EDR device compatibility in any galaxy near or far, far away changes the fact that there’s no air out there on which sound can travel. The hell are they going to do, park it outside Jabba’s palace, crank this and then fly off while Chewie shows ’em the hairiest moon of Kashyyyk?
IN any case, in addition to being a damned sweet licensed Millenium Falcon replica, it also happens to be the one and only way you can actual route your incoming calls to be answered on the Millenium-freaking-Falcon through a speaker that lights up when in use.
Han’s ride – now your versatile audio component – links up to Bluetooth devices with a handy auto-link button for quick setup. The speaker is chargeable via the included micro-USB cable, even while in use. For non-Bluetooth listening, the Falcon also includes a 3.5mm headphone jack with included cable. Runs on a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a charge good for up to eight hours of steady use.