I worked with a gentleman who was by nature a techno geek who all ways had the latest and greatest gadget. He would all ways remind us that "Low Tech is better than no tech".
His point and my point is, There is no substitute for developing the basic skills using the technology which is the most reliable. I for example prefer fixed sights on my pistols. They do not get knocked out of alignment or break during hard use.
At the same time, I also use electronic sights and and laser sights as an aid. If the batteries go dead or the device breaks, I still have the tried and true to continue the fight or the hunt.