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R2-D2 was a genuine droid-of-all-trades. But the ability to hack into hyperdrives and electrocute Ewoks is pretty useless here on Earth. That's why boffins have created the utterly astounding R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System. Human-cyborg relations? This incredible appliance of science (fiction) is set to redefine them completely.

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

R/C Droid

As well as functioning as a fully manoeuvrable RC version of the galaxy's favourite droid, the gorgeously engineered R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System contains (deep breath) a built-in CD/DVD player; hi-tech projector for DVDs, photos and PS2 games; an iPod dock; wireless FM audio transmitter; 20w stereo speaker system with Dolby 5.1 capability; several memory card slots and a laser disintegrator.

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

CD/DVD Player

Hi-tech Projector

iPod Dock


R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

Millennium Falcon remote

Okay we lied about the disintegrator but everything else is true. This cute little fella even lets out Artoo-esque beeps and whistles every time one of its backlit access doors pops open. And get this - you control all the functions via a Millennium Falcon-shaped remote. No, really!

R2's projector puts Leia's grainy distress holograph to shame. It projects media on to an 80" screen and, thanks to a viewing angle of up to 65 degrees, it can even project on to the ceiling.

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

Wireless FM Audio Transmitter

20w Stereo Seaker System

Memory Card Slots


R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

DVD Controls

If you're worried that this do-everything droid might topple off your sand barge when you're entertaining guests/overseeing executions, worry not. Built-in sensors ensure Artoo stays away from drops, Death Stars and any other danger. Better still, you won't need the Force or even the assistance of Kenny Baker to power this stupendous piece of gear - the whole thing is powered by a rechargeable battery.

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

It goes without saying that the R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System is the ultimate bit of kit for Star Wars-loving tech geeks. We guarantee friends will drop to their knees and weep the second it trundles into the room, beeps and projects Empire Strikes Back on the wall. This is the droid you're looking for!

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

Futuristic Data Ports


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Product info

R2-D2 was a genuine droid-of-all-trades. But the ability to hack into hyperdrives and electrocute Ewoks is pretty useless here on Earth. That's why boffins have created the utterly astounding R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System. Human-cyborg relations? This incredible appliance of science (fiction) is set to redefine them completely.

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

R/C Droid

As well as functioning as a fully manoeuvrable RC version of the galaxy's favourite droid, the gorgeously engineered R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System contains (deep breath) a built-in CD/DVD player; hi-tech projector for DVDs, photos and PS2 games; an iPod dock; wireless FM audio transmitter; 20w stereo speaker system with Dolby 5.1 capability; several memory card slots and a laser disintegrator.

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

CD/DVD Player

Hi-tech Projector

iPod Dock


R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

Millennium Falcon remote

Okay we lied about the disintegrator but everything else is true. This cute little fella even lets out Artoo-esque beeps and whistles every time one of its backlit access doors pops open. And get this - you control all the functions via a Millennium Falcon-shaped remote. No, really!

R2's projector puts Leia's grainy distress holograph to shame. It projects media on to an 80" screen and, thanks to a viewing angle of up to 65 degrees, it can even project on to the ceiling.

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

Wireless FM Audio Transmitter

20w Stereo Seaker System

Memory Card Slots


R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

DVD Controls

If you're worried that this do-everything droid might topple off your sand barge when you're entertaining guests/overseeing executions, worry not. Built-in sensors ensure Artoo stays away from drops, Death Stars and any other danger. Better still, you won't need the Force or even the assistance of Kenny Baker to power this stupendous piece of gear - the whole thing is powered by a rechargeable battery.

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

It goes without saying that the R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System is the ultimate bit of kit for Star Wars-loving tech geeks. We guarantee friends will drop to their knees and weep the second it trundles into the room, beeps and projects Empire Strikes Back on the wall. This is the droid you're looking for!

R2-D2 Mobile Entertainment System

Futuristic Data Ports