It'll force you to stay in touch.
Not a Star Wars fan myself but I know millions of others here on earth are.
Also Skype has millions of fans and there fore I couldn’t resist introducing the Star Wars Skype Phone through the article of Gerry Block.
“After watching a movie with a lot of sword swinging action it's hard to resist the urge to grab a blade of your own and flail around the house. Though it's relatively easy to get your hands on a katana to play with while enjoying Kill Bill, Lightsabers are a bit harder to come by in our uncivilized age, and unless you're the Star Wars Kid of internet fame, a broom handle isn't quite as satisfying as gripping the real thing.
Happily, Nikko has a solution for the Star Wars fans that need to stay connected while gripping a weapon of Jedi justice. The company's Lightsaber USB phone compliments the R2D2 projector we covered back at CES. The handset features a full keypad hidden under the rotating rubberized hand grip. The business end of the lightsaber glows blue when powered on and turns red when a call is made, apparently in tune with the likely sinister nature of your communiqué.
Since it's USB the Lightsaber phone is designed for Skype and similar IP-telephony applications. When you're not yammering into the handset the lightsaber handle sits upon the illuminated display stand (which doubles as the base station), which makes the whole apparatus easy to disguise as mere fanboy memorabilia instead of the deadly Jedi internet phone that it really is. Pricing and availability is yet to be announced. We took at shot at the old Jedi mind trick, "Give us this phone, you will…" but the Nikko reps weren't falling for it. Week minded fools they were not..”