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G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5 memory module line headed by DDR5-6400 modules

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G.Skill today announced the Trident Z5 RGB and Trident Z5 series DDR5 memory modules, specially designed for Intel’s next generation platform. The line is headed by 16 GB DDR5-6400 modules working with CL36-36-36-76 delays. Available in kits of two, these modules use Samsung’s high-performance DDR5 memory chips.

Describing the appearance of the modules of the new Trident Z5 family, the manufacturer claims that in their design “elements of the hypercar” are integrated into the “iconic design of the Trident radiator”. Trident Z5 Series modules feature a sleek black top panel, while Trident Z5 RGB Series modules feature an RGB backlight diffuser in this area. The illumination can be controlled using the G.SKILL Trident Z Lighting Control software, or synchronized with the illumination of other system components using the software supplied with the motherboard.

The list of new products includes 16 GB DDR5-5600, DDR5-6000 and DDR5-6400 modules, packaged in two. Each of the modules is available in versions with CL36-36-36-76 and CL40-40-40-76 delays. DDR5 Trident Z5 and Trident Z5 RGB memory kits will be available in November 2021.

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New hit on the e-scooter market: ebikeGo Rugged G1 and G1 + have been ordered by over 100,000 people

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In August this year, ebikeGo unveiled the Rugged G1 and G1 + rugged electric scooters specially designed for the Indian market. Not only are these scooters designed to withstand India’s rugged terrain, they also play a key role in the government’s drive to popularize electric vehicles.

Electric scooters have not yet rolled off the assembly line, but the company began accepting orders for ruggedized scooters immediately after the announcement. The Indian firm said it has already received over 100,000 fully paid orders for these scooters.

The younger version costs $ 1080, and the older one is priced at $ 1215. The older version offers a power reserve of 160 km and two replaceable batteries with a capacity of 2 kW • h. The scooter is equipped with a 3 kW electric motor, which allows a maximum speed of 70 km / h.

New hit on the e-scooter market: ebikeGo Rugged G1 and G1 + have been ordered by over 100,000 people

There is an application support through which you can view the remaining battery charge, as well as unlock your scooter. The scooters received a 30-liter luggage compartment and a seven-year chassis warranty.

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Realme’s first air conditioner to offer smart features

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The official Realme Link app has confirmed the soon release of the first Realme air conditioner. The company established a foothold in the market for a wide variety of categories of smartphones and gradually began to process the market for household appliances. The Chinese tech giant currently offers a wide range of products including air purifiers, washing machines, laptops and vacuum cleaners.

Also, the mention of the air conditioner is ours in the source code of the Realme website. The IoT section contains the line “air conditioning control”. The Realme air conditioner is expected to boast smart features and support for other Realme smart devices. In addition, users will be able to control these functions using their mobile phones.

It is expected that the Realme air conditioner will have a Quick Cold function to quickly cool the room, as well as a sleep mode in which it will continue to operate with minimal noise.

The source adds that the Realme AC air conditioner is in the final stages of development and will be announced soon. Given the pricing policy of the company, it can be assumed that the device will be very affordable.

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Blue Origin and Sierra Space plan to build a commercial space station

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Blue Origin and Sierra Space have announced plans to build the Orbital Reef commercial space station in low Earth orbit. According to the partners, “the station will usher in a new chapter in human space exploration and exploration, contributing to the development of a vibrant ecosystem and business model for the future.” The Orbital Reef Program has been supported by space industry leaders including Boeing, Redwire Space, Genesis Engineering Solutions and Arizona State University.

As conceived by the creators of the station, it will open up many new markets in space, giving customers the opportunity to “get their own address in orbit.” The partners expect to offer research, industrial and commercial customers a competitively priced one-stop-shop service, including space transportation and logistics, space placement, equipment placement and operation, including crew accommodation on board the station.

Orbital Reef is supposed to be used as a “mixed-use business park” in space. The shared infrastructure will effectively support the private needs of various tenants and visitors. The delivery and return of people and cargo will be entrusted to the reusable space transport. Coupled with advanced automation and logistics, it will minimize cost and complexity for both traditional space operators and new entrants. The open system architecture will allow any customer or country to connect to the project and will provide the ability to scale to meet demand by adding new modules.

The station is expected to start operating in the second half of this decade.

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