Computex Taipei 2007 Day 2
Written by David Lin in Events on 6 June 2007. Page 10 of 11. Add A Comment

This next item was the highlight of the day: the OCZ Actuator. This thing actually picks up neural activity from electrodes placed on the user's forehead. It worked surprisingly well considering the thing was a prototype and it was not customized to my neural signals. I was able to walk, run, and fire just by relaxing and tensing various parts of my face. It was pretty cool. I even got some frags!

Here are a few of the power supplies from PC Power and Cooling. Those of you who haven't heard that OCZ acquired PC Power and Cooling, now you know. Moreover, stop living under a rock. They have a new 1200W version hitting the market and the Silencer 750W.

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