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Tron Legacy Action Figures and Remote Control Light Cycle Unveiled

June 23, 2010 | In: Toys

Although the much-anticipated Disney film Tron Legacy is still far from the release date, the relevant action figures and remote control Light Cycle has been unveiled.

Tron Legacy Action Figures and Remote Control Light Cycle Unveiled

Unlike the general action figure and RC vehicle, the two toys derived from the film Tron Legacy come with new technology, for instance, the RC Light Cycle utilizes suction technology developed by Air Hogs, which allows the RC cycle to overcome the influence of gravity and freely run on the vertical wall. The Tron Legacy action figure features a projected face on the helmet with moving images and exclusive sound.

Additionally, Disney will release Tron-inspired game console, computer keyboard and mouse, iPod dock, high-end headphones, and mobile application. Of course, all the toys and gadgets will have the outstanding features: elegant lines and blue glowing lights on them.

Tron Legacy Action Figures and Remote Control Light Cycle Unveiled
Tron Legacy Action Figures and Remote Control Light Cycle Unveiled

Unfortunately we have no idea when these wonderful Tron Legacy toys will be put on the market. So let’s stay tuned. After the break, check out more images of Tron Legacy toys and gadgets.

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