Lockheed Martin’s HULC (Human Universal Load Carrier) robotic exoskeleton does not increase arm strength, but is designed to increase the user’s capability to carry heavy loads by transferring the weight to the ground. Additionally, it can accelerate the wearer’s running speed up to 10mph in short bursts. The HULC is designed to benefit soldiers on the ground.
The suit supports its own weight, so it is not heavy while being worn, and it can multiply the wearer’s strength from 2 to ten times, depending on the strength of the wearer, and the model of HAL being worn.
Well, cheap Nvidia GPUs are horrible. If you opt for a ~150$ GPU then you should definetely pick HD7770, instead of GTX650.
Is that an intergrated graphics card? Because I heard they aren't very good for games.
Given, the one I have right now (Intel HD Graphics 2000) is much, MUCH better than the one in my old computer (GeForce 6150SE nForce 430), it can't play many other games I'd like to play (i.e. I already beat Borderlands on my old computer, but it'd still like to play it on a better one, and this graphics card can't play it, so it's just sitting in my Steam library. >.<)