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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Hi Tech with sound clips and images.
Hi Tech is the Tech Support of the G.I Joe Team and is the Code Name of David P. Lewinski who is from St. Paul, Minnesota. Hi Tech was introduced in the G.I Joe franchise in the early 2000's and is basically known as the "G.I Joe Version" of Cobra's Scientist Dr. Mindbender (except that so far Hi-Tech has only worked on Machine-based weaponry.) Hi-Tech's primary military specialty weapon research and design but his secondary specialty is telecommunications. Hi-Tech may occasionally come off as a bit over-confident braggart every now & then fortunately he is not too much of an Insufferable Genius and is a good loyal soldier in the G.I Joe troops.
EDITOR'S OPINIONAlright folks in this G.I Joe VC we have a little something for the Tech Support of the G.I Joes... HI TECH! We shall begin this with the 2003 animated feature "G.I Joe Spy Troops" (and its sequel that came out a year later "Valor Vs. Venom") in which Mark Hildreth was the first to voice Hi Tech here. This is something a little different as its not often that Mark Hildreth has ever played a "Techno Nerd" role so this is already a somewhat interesting change of pace here. Anyways Mark's performance does have a fairly intellectual feel to it without feeling nerdy to it as his voice and performance does suit Hi Tech's persona and presence fairly well. Granted he didn't get all that many lines in the movies (which is slightly odd considering on how one of his inventions was the major plot point of "Spy Troops".) But still while Mark's overall performance as Hi Tech is not one of his best but it is a good example of his work nevertheless.
Hi Tech plays a fairly bigger role in the 2005 TV series G.I Joe Sigma Six in which Eric Stuart takes over the role here. Eric does play up the "Techno Nerd" part of Hi Tech's character more it for the most part does work pretty well (even if Hi Tech does occasionally come off as kind of arrogant but to be fair I said only occasionally). But still while Eric Stuart's voice for Hi-Tech maybe a nicer and and somewhat higher version of his Seto Kaiba voice but I still do think that it does work for the role as his overall performance as Hi-Tech is a good example of the voice work in the show. Overall I liked them both as they both worked in their own way...