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This guide provides an overview of product features and related technologies. In addition, it contains recommendations on best practices, tutorials for getting started, and troubleshooting information for common situations.
Trendier than a hot air balloon and sturdier than the wings of Icarus, the Acme Jetpack expands the possibility of one-person flight to the average civilian. The jetpack runs on the same gasoline as a car to provide safe, high-speed, recreational air transportation. Weighing 245 pounds, the pack has a maximum thrust capacity of 500 pounds and reaches a maximum hovering level 7,500 feet.
Perhaps you've seen one of those unfortunate velovids of the IgnikTricks from the '40's or the Siemens X-80's from the early '50's -- the explosions, the fires, the plasma burns, the dour nurses in the burn units, the hyperbaric chambers shaped like Mickey Mouse, the robodocs and their silvery cutting tools, the years of litigation, old Mr. Trick sitting on that pile of antique George Washingtons, his old man voice warbling: "You'll never take what's mine!"
Description of the navigation feature of the Acme Jetpack
Explains what the feature is or what its benefits are to the user or customer.