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Dark Phantom DP31 enclosure added to Antec assortment

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The DP31 computer case has appeared in the Antec catalog, adding to the Dark Phantom series. Its side wall is made of tinted glass. It is fixed with magnetic mounts.

The case with dimensions of 378 x 200 x 398 mm is designed for a mini-ITX or microATX board. It also has room for four expansion cards and three storage drives. Two of them are located at the bottom, and the third is located on the system board tray. The maximum allowable length of expansion cards is 275 mm, but if you do not install fans on the front wall, it increases to 300 mm. By the way, the power supply unit can be up to 175 mm long, and if you abandon the storage basket, the border can be pushed back to 300 mm. The height of the processor cooling system cannot be more than 150 mm.

Dark Phantom DP31 enclosure added to Antec assortment

The scope of delivery includes a 120 mm fan mounted on the rear wall. Optionally, you can put two 120mm or 140mm fans on the front wall, two 120mm on the top. Alternatively, a radiator with a length of 120, 140 or 240 mm can be mounted on the front wall, and a 120 mm radiator on the rear.

Dark Phantom DP31 enclosure added to Antec assortment

The I / O panel contains two USB 2.0 connectors, one USB 3.0 connector and headphone and microphone jacks.

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Friday: Pfizer Partners with Marvel to Further Promote Vaccination in the Population

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Pfizer-BioNTech has agreed with Marvel to release a comic book where Ultron turns into COVID-19, and the Avengers into vaccines and boosters from this company.

Friday: Pfizer Partners with Marvel to Further Promote Vaccination in the Population

A superhero is not only Spider-Man, Superman and Iron Man – anyone can become one. The main criterion is to be vaccinated.

In the special issue of the comic “Everyday heroes” (English – heroes every day), the Avengers save humanity along with ordinary citizens.

One of the main characters of the comic is a former builder who restored buildings destroyed by superhero battles. In the final part of the issue, he notes: The Avengers “are doing their part to ensure our safety, now it’s time for us to do ours.” As a result, the man receives a re-vaccination against COVID.

Friday: Pfizer Partners with Marvel to Further Promote Vaccination in the Population

It is worth noting that the latest vaccination campaign is sluggish – only one in 20 Americans has been injected. Analysts suggest that Pfizer is pursuing such a collaboration with Marvel, rather, the issue of making a profit, to which they are accustomed to two years of a pandemic, and not so much caring for the population.

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Clone Robotics unveils robotic arm with muscles and skin

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Clone Robotics unveils robotic arm with muscles and skin

Clone Robotics demonstrated its latest development – a robotic arm, which is designed to resemble a human as much as possible. This arm has muscles that are covered with synthetic leather. The muscles were developed by the Clone Robotics team and were based on the idea of ​​the inventor McKibbin, which was used in prostheses back in the 1950s. In fact, such muscles are mesh tubes, inside of which are balls filled with air. An external pneumatic or hydraulic pump inflates the ball, it expands, and as a result, the muscle contracts in the longitudinal direction.

Clone Robotics unveils robotic arm with muscles and skin

But the creators of the robotic arm did not want to make the pump too bulky and were looking for a design that could simply be applied with an electric current and made it contract. So they filled the balloons with a liquid – acetaldehyde – and placed a heating element in them. When an electric current is applied to it, the liquid boils and the pressure inside the ball increases by more than 6 times. This allows the muscle to contract “impressively fast,” the developers note. The prototype arm is covered in translucent skin so that the movement of the muscles can be seen.

Clone Robotics unveils robotic arm with muscles and skin

As for the “skeleton” of the hand, it consists of artificial “bones” resembling human ones, on articulated joints to provide a range of motion as close as possible to a human. The developers claim about 27 degrees of freedom: for example, the hand can naturally move the wrist, rotate the thumb, etc., all of which are driven by a complex combination of muscles and tendons. During the tests, the hand was even able to lift a dumbbell.

Clone Robotics unveils robotic arm with muscles and skin

By the end of 2022, Clone Robotics plans to ship such robotic arms to customers. At the same time, the cost of the device has not yet been reported. With their next product, the company is going to make a full torso with a stiff spine that includes 124 muscles in the neck, shoulders, arms, chest and upper back. He will ride on a platform with a battery.

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Fans of top Samsung tablets will have to wait. The company will not release the Galaxy Tab S9 line in early 2023

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Samsung has postponed the launch and even the start of the development process of the new flagship Galaxy Tab S9 tablets.

The source says that the company originally planned to start development in December, but now it has been postponed until next year. That is, new models will not be able to come out at the beginning of 2023. Recall that the Galaxy Tab S8 line debuted in February.

Fans of top Samsung tablets will have to wait.  The company will not release the Galaxy Tab S9 line in early 2023

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When exactly the new tablets will be released is unknown. Perhaps they will be presented at the end of August at the Unpacked event, where new folding smartphones are usually announced.

Changes in Samsung’s plans are due to the situation in the market. In particular, falling demand for mobile devices and PCs.

The decline in demand is also expected to disrupt Samsung’s plans to manufacture and ship tablets this year. Late last year, the company set a target of 400,000 S8 Ultra models, 900,000 S8 Plus models, and 1.2 million base Tab S8 models.

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