It is no secret that jumpspeeder manufacturers routinely prioritize maneuverability and speed, often at the expense of the vehicle's stability and the user's safety. Vroom Incorporated, a small repulsorlift engine manufacturer based on New Alderaan, hired environmentalist and geoscientist Randangus Cobble to research a new approach to repuslorlift engines, one that would be more effective and safer for buyers and the environment.
This data chip contains the totality of Randangus Cobble's research and study on repulsorlift technology and its possible effects on the environment and any given planet's gravitational pull. It is unknown if Randangus Cobble discovered any breakthroughs or made any scientific advancements when it comes to repulsorlift technology, as he died a few short months after accepting the commission. Vroom Incorporated declared bankruptcy less than a year later and was subsequently bought up by Aratech Repulsor Company.
Aratech Repulsor Company has declined any interest in Randangus Cobble's findings, and the datachip is to be sold for auction at the scientist's estate sale to the highest bidder.
To provide an item of interest for Jason Hipori to purchase here, to be used or not used at Lou's/Hipori Motor's discretion. Not sure if this really belongs under the prefix of Artifact, but I was unsure where it best fit. Please let me know if I need to change the prefix.