Nia Colvin's computer is a computer that appears in Deus Ex: Human Revolution. It is used by Nia Colvin, one of the Sarif Industries scientists kidnapped in the game's prologue. The computer is in the Omega Ranch facility in Singapore, in the lab where Colvin is working. It is unlocked, so no login details are needed.
E-mails[edit | edit source]
RESIST THEM, NIA[edit | edit source]
From: Vasili Sevchenko
To: Nia Colvin
Nia, listen to me. You KNOW what they're doing to us. You recognize the tactics. They're giving life by NOT taking it. Keeping us isolated so that THEIR truth becomes everything. Don't you see the signs?! Do not give into them!
RE: I'm programming blind here![edit | edit source]
From: Megan Reed
To: Nia Colvin
Nia, you're thinking too narrowly. The positioning of the processors is just a detail. It doesn't really matter. What matters is the input coming into the chip from the nervous system. That's what's generating the individual and/or multithreads you need to suppress. Focus on isolating those patterns and I think you might actually get somewhere.
Nia Colvin wrote:
>I can't work like this, Megan. How do they
>expect me to write a program that will run
>on a biochip I haven't even seen a design
>for yet? I need to know the layout of the
>processors. Otherwise, I can't determine
>which threads should be suppressed and
>which should be allowed to stay active!
>Instead of controlling their damn crowd, I
>might very well end up inciting it to riot!