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Neural Interface Port
Provides some computer related bonus.
Provides some piloting related bonus.
The standard Neural Interface Port is a socket sutured into the skull and connected to several areas of the bearers brain. It allows direct computer to cerebrum connection for greater reactivity and more direct reception of computer data. It is commonly used by pilots and computer programmers who make different uses of the visual cortex connections for greater spacial awareness or for projected three dimensional visualisations of computer systems. Earlier versions of the Port were crude and provided a slow response time, but provided superior protection for the connected user in comparison to modern implants, which have much faster connection and transfer speeds at the expense of surge protection and feedback buffering.