The Hyperlink is a small device implanted at the base of the neck that monitors and regulates the intensity of electrical currents in the human body. The Hyperlink pays attention to the movements of your body and uses basic principles of machine learning to direct synaptic pathways in the most efficient fashion. By exposing the connective tissue of your brain to heavier electrical workloads, the Hyperlink expedites the synaptic processes of your mind. This opens the door to a multitude of practical applications. Quicker thinking means faster learning and better memory, reducing the learning curve on many tasks significantly. The effects aren't only mental however, as the Hyperlink's regulation of electrical intensity also improves muscle response, resulting in quicker reflexes.