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    OCZ NIA... a no brainer?

    We'll have to wait until we get the finished retail sample in for review but here's an idea of what I'll probably look like using it...
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    Last edited by Nick; 05-06-2008 at 04:07 PM.

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    Re: OCZ NIA... a no brainer?

    cue obligatory taser comments

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    Re: OCZ NIA... a no brainer?

    "directional carbon"

    its Carbon nanotubes used incase you wanted to know.

    Carbon nanotube - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Also just saw that you can pre order this from Ebuyer for £90 or £100 from play.com

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    Re: OCZ NIA... a no brainer?

    So Nick tried earlier versions that probed his brain... I bet the other hexus staff got the OCZ to implant subliminal messages in the earlier samples, explains why he was willing to do some things normal sane people wouldn't try, .. "don't tase me bro!" bzzzzzzztt ow..


    when you get one in for testing, it might actually improve the spelling of certain articles.

    and why oh why would you want to click the picture to get a larger version? gave me a right shock that did.. although nick isn't afraid of giving or taking a shock now and again, or so I've heard.

    (can't think of any more taser references)

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    Re: OCZ NIA... a no brainer?

    Are these guys serious? Why are they clowning around with nonsense gimmicks?
    This belongs in a circus, not Computex.

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    Re: OCZ NIA... a no brainer?

    How many games will support this when it is launched?

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    Re: OCZ NIA... a no brainer?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pow View Post
    Are these guys serious? Why are they clowning around with nonsense gimmicks?
    This belongs in a circus, not Computex.
    If it works then it belongs in computex

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    Re: OCZ NIA... a no brainer?

    Quote Originally Posted by samcross View Post
    How many games will support this when it is launched?
    It'll be compatible with most games as all it does is emulate the keyboard... you just assign a key to each input.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dareos View Post
    "OH OOOOHH oOOHHHHHHHOOHHHHHHH FILL ME WITH YOUR.... eeww not the stuff from the lab"

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    Re: OCZ NIA... a no brainer?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pow View Post
    Are these guys serious? Why are they clowning around with nonsense gimmicks?
    This belongs in a circus, not Computex.
    Not sure but if it ain't safe out there no more.

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