NIA Price Confirmed; EPOC Correction

Another update on the Neural Impulse Actuator. The price has been confirmed, it will only cost $159. At this price they will probably sell a lot more to gamers, let’s hope that it works great. In an article from TG Daily it was said by Ryan Peterson, co-founder and CEO of OCZ Technology, “We want people to buy the thing, not to just look at it and think that they cannot afford it,” and another thing that makes me feel good about OCZ, “We don’t care about making money off it, we care about making people love it,”. I just wish that they would confirm the release day, I want one now. I know, I know, I’m impatient but sometimes I can’t help it, LOL.

I need to make a correction on Emotiv’s EPOC, I showed a picture of the device that was a a prototype. Here is a picture of the actual device:
Emotiv - EPOC
It looks like a Headcrab or something but it does seem more appealing than the prototype.

OCZ Technology Group Readies Neural Impulse Actuator For Shipment Next Week

This is very exciting news for gamers with and without disabilities around the world. The Neural Impulse Actuator (NIA) in my opinion is going to change the future of gaming. OCZ will be demoing the device at CeBit 2008, March 4th-8th. The same place where they debuted a prototype in 2007. They are going to begin taking orders at CeBit for the NIA. I am seeing two prices being listed, $300 and $600 but which one is correct? I’m guessing the latter , we will find out tomorrow or today depending on where you live. No matter the price, I will be buying one. In the morning I will call OCZ here in California to see if we can start placing orders in the U.S. too. After I purchase one expect a review from me very soon.

More Info:
Overclock3D.Net
OCZ Technology Group
CeBit 2008