OCZ Technology Group Exhibits New Industry-Leading Innovations at CeBIT 2008 Including the Highly-Anticipated Neural Impulse Actuator
Hannover, Germany - March 4, 2008 - OCZ Technology Group, Inc., a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, computer components, and systems, today unveiled its next generation of pioneering products to the global PC market at CeBIT (Hall 21, Booth 29). Proving its innovative solutions are always ahead of the curve, OCZ will showcase its group of leading-edge products that have been greatly anticipated by the enthusiast community.
“This year OCZ is showcasing a myriad of ground-breaking products, designed to improve productivity and further immerse consumers in the entertainment experience offered through next generation computing,” commented Alex Mei, Executive Vice President and CMO of the OCZ Technology Group. “Among the new products and solutions we will present to gamers, overclockers, and enthusiasts are the world’s fastest memory modules, the most powerful single-rail ESA certified PSU, and our mass production Neural Impulse Actuator (NIA) which radically changes the ways that gamers can interact and control elements within games.”
Recently entering mass production, the final edition of the Neural Impulse Actuator (NIA) will be on display for users to try out the new and electrifying way of playing PC games. The final version of the NIA uses a sleek, metal housing, a USB 2.0 interface, a streamlined headband with carbon interface sensors, and user-friendly software.
I really have to see how these perform..If they work well, it might be pretty nifty...But we as people are just getting lazier...Atleast moving our hands with the mouse we're burning calories! lol...
recoveringknowitall:I wonder if people with chemically imbalanced brains will have problems using this lol!
NO DAMNIT I SAID GO LEFT!
I remember years back in Circuit city, they had a skiing game where you place your finger in a receptical, and control the skiier with your mind... didn't work at all.
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