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Monday, 09 March 2009 22:06

OCZ is working on second generation NIA

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Cebit 2009: Wireless, with an accelerometer

According to info that we managed to get at CeBIT, OCZ is working on the second generation of its Neural Impulse Actuator device, most commonly known as the NIA. OCZ is simply following the next logical step and that is to make the NIA wireless.

According to what we know so far the new NIA will not only feature the new wireless headset, but also an accelerometer which will allow you to control the strafe function by tilting your head, but it could also be setup to control other actions.

OCZ is working closely on getting support for the device in upcoming games, and we are currently working to get more info on which upcoming titles will feature support for NIA.

The new NIA should be ready and out by the end of this year and we guess that it could be shown at this year's Gamescom in Cologne that has replaced the Games Convention in Leipzig.

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