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Gadget guide: The combination pack of the Lenovo Mirage headset along with a beacon and, most importantly, a lightsaber is going to get plenty of attention this holiday season

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
17th December, 2017
The Lenovo Mirage headset

The Last Jedi has hit Irish screens, but Irish consumers might fancy their chances at keeping the force alive with this new augmented reality offering.

The combination pack of the Lenovo Mirage headset along with a beacon and, most importantly, a lightsaber is going to get plenty of attention this holiday season.

The set-up is a little clunky. Users need to download the game separately from the App Store or Play Store onto their smartphone.

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