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FpsBrain capsules for serious gamers

Enhance your concentration

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Jan 16, 2008 11:59 pm

A german mob by the name of Tomarni GmbH are certainly taking the e-sports industry pretty seriously by catering to both casual and professional gamers with their new FpsBrain capsules.

 

Extensive research has led to the development of FpsBrainTM, which accelerates neural processes and heightens perception and capacity of reaction. Unlike soft drinks containing caffeine or energy drinks, the capsules do not lead to restlessness or shaky hands but restore constant concentration to the player throughout the game.

 

60 capsules are provided in the resealable container with the recommended daily dose being 2 capsules. You can order them at the official website here.

 


No matter if you talk about track and field, cycling or swimming - if there is money involved in athletics, performance improvement is an important matter. Electronic sports is becoming more and more professional. The most evolved e-sports industry in South Korea already guarantees professional players hundreds of thousands of dollars for their work. TOMARNI has up until now been known for the development of state of the art computer systems. Now, TOMARNI, in cooperation with the Free University Berlin, introduces the first neural accelerator for gamers.

 

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