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- Intent: Create a mass-produced high-quality Inertial Compensator.
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- Manufacturer: Zayne Industries
- Affiliation: Closed-Market
- Model: ZI-S321 Inertial Compensator
- Modularity: No
- Material: Circuitry, Durasteel Framework
- Helps occupants, aboard starfighters and corvettes, to avoid dangerous excessive g-forces.
- Impeccable Quality: Each Inertial Compensator is built to the fullest extent of its ability to protect the riders from fatal swift piloting stunts and tricks.
- Lasting Life: Under proper care, this device will last for 8-10 years before needing to be switched out and replaced by a newer one.
- Fragile Heart: Even with the durasteel framework, in general, the protection is very weak and a single blaster shot or a hard punch can break this device.
The ZI-S321 Inertial Compensator, a device built to help pilots and passengers to withstand the dangerous powers of G-forces. This device is meant for only sizes of starships of starfighters and corvettes. Principally, the Inertial Compensator is a very common but a necessary mechanism in modern travels.
Although it's a new product, not much of exclusive upgrades has been made from its ancestors. The only difference is in the quality in which pilots have the potential to control the feel of their ship by having better command on its dial. The ZI-S321 is not a very difficult equipment to use, beginning pilots and experienced ones find this comfortable.
As often located inside a ship, Inertial Compensators are not really given its own armor because it would be considered unpractical. Zayne himself decided increased quality over extra protection. As such, the ZI-S321 Inertial Compensator is powerless to laser bolts or even to a good well-thrown punch.
In reality, the ZI-321 is just a simple device with one of the most high-quality results compared to other Inertial Compensators. Its performance makes it a highly recommended choice for military starships, maybe a little too expensive for civilian ships though. Zayne Industries hopes for creating larger compensators for even bigger starships in the near future.