Gigabyte Guide Leaks OC feisty Ryzen 9 3950X specs incl Benchmarks   

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A guide from Gigabyte details AMD's upcoming mainstream flagship, you can get an all-core clock of 4.3 GHz. Gigabyte published an overclocking guide for its X570 motherboards. And the Ryzen 9 3950X,...
          

Xeon Glacier Falls W server CPU names and specs leak out   

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Intel has yet to release official information about this one, but the new generation of Xeon Glacier Falls W server CPUs is listed including specs. ...
          

Pinebook Pro Linux laptop begins shipping to customers   

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The Pinebook Pro is a $200 laptop with a 14 inch, full HD display, a Rockchip RK3399 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage.

But unlike most laptops with specs like those, this isn’t a Chromebook (or a Windows laptop). It ships with the GNU/Linux-based Debian MATE instead.

First announced in January, the Pinebook Pro went up for pre-order this summer, and now it’s started shipping to customers.

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Robot Democratization: A Machine for Every Manufacturer   

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With collaborative robots proliferating, we wanted to know who’s using these robots and what tasks they’re doing. Design News caught up with Walter Vahey, executive vice-president at Teradyne, a company that helps manufacturers gear up their automation. Vahey sees a real change in the companies that are deploying robotics. For years robots were tools only for the largest manufacturers. They required expensive care and feeding in the form of integrators and programming. Now, collaborative robots require configuration rather than programming, and they can be quickly switched from task to task.

Vahey talked about robot companies such as Universal Robots (UR) which produces robot arms, and MiR, a company that produces collaborative mobile robots. He explained how they’re putting robotics in the hands of smaller manufacturers that previously could not afford advanced automation. The difference is that these robots are less expensive, they can be set up for production without programming, and they can be quickly reconfigured to change tasks.

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Robots are now within the investment reach of small manufacturers. That's fueling a surge in the use of collaborative robots. (Image source: Universal Robots)

We asked Vahey what’s different about collaborative robots and what he’s seeing in robot adoption among smaller manufacturers.

Design News: Tell us about the new robots and how they’re getting deployed.

Walter Vahey: Companies such as Universal Robots and MiR are pioneering the robot space. They’re bringing automation to a broad class of users and democratizing automation. For small companies, the task at hand is to figure out how to fulfill their orders. It’s particularly challenging to manufacturers. In a tight labor market, manufacturers are facing more competition, growing demand, and higher expectations in quality.

Manufacturer can plug UR or MiR robots in very quickly. Everything is easy, from the specs up front to ordering to quickly arranging and training the robot. There’s no programming, and the robots have the flexibility to do a variety of applications. Every customer is dealing with labor challenges, so now they’re deploying collaborative robots to fulfill demand with high quality.

The whole paradigm has shifted now that you have a broader range of robot applications. You can easily and quickly bring in automation, plug it in ,and get product moving in hours or days rather than months. That’s what’s driving the growth at UR and MiR.

The Issue of Change Management

Design News: Is change management a hurdle?. Does the robot cause workforce disruption?

Walter Vahey: We really haven’t seen that as an issue. The overwhelming need to improve and fulfill demand at a higher quality level helps the manufacturers deploy. It outweighs other challenges. We help with the deployment, and the manufacturers are making the change easily.

We grew up as a supplier of electronic test equipment. Since 2015, we’ve entered the industrial automation market with a focus on the emerging collaborative robot space. We see that as a way to change the equation for manufacturers, making it faster and easier to deploy automation.

Design News: What about return on investment? Robotics can be a considerable investment for a small company/

Walter Vahey: The customers today are looking for relatively short ROI, and we’re seeing it from 6 months to a year. That’s a no brainer for manufacturers. They’re ready to jump in.

We work hard to make deployment less of an issue. We have an application builder, and we use it to prepare for deployment. The new user may have a pick-and-place operation. They choose the gripper, and we guide them to partners who make it easy to deploy.

The application builder helps the customer pick the gripper. The whole object is to get the customer deployed rapidly so the automation doesn’t sit. With MiR, the robot comes in, and we find an easy application for the mobile device. We take the robot around the plant and map it. We’ve work to guide customers through an application quickly and make the robot productive as soon as possible.

There are hundreds of partners that work with UR and MiR, providing grippers and end effectors. We have a system that customers can plug into. Customer can look at grippers from a wide range of companies. We’re not working just on the robot deployment. We work to get the whole system deployed so they can quickly get the ROI.

What Tasks Are the Robots Taking On?

Design News: Who in the plant is using the robots, and what tasks are involved?

Walter Vahey: There is a range of users. To be effective at training a robot and configuring it, the people best suited for it are the ones most aware of the task. To get the robot to be effective you have to know the task. By and large, the person who has been doing that task is best suited to train the robot. That person can then train other robots. Nobody’s better suited to do it than the people who know what needs to be done.

The tasks are broad set of applications. We automate virtually any task and any material movement. It’s not quite that simple, but it’s close. With UR, we’re doing machine learning, grinding, packing, pick-and-place, repetitive tasks, welding. It’s a very broad set of applications. In materials it’s also very broad. Parts going from a warehouse to a work cell, and then from the work cell to another work cell, up to a 1000-kilo payload. We’re moving robots into warehousing and logistics space, even large pieces of metal. The robots are well suited for long runs of pallets of materials.

Rob Spiegel has covered automation and control for 19 years, 17 of them for Design News. Other topics he has covered include supply chain technology, alternative energy, and cyber security. For 10 years, he was owner and publisher of the food magazine Chile Pepper.

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High speed Huawei 4G sim Router for All sim 4G support    

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السعر: 240 ر. س, الماركة: ماركة أخرى, الحالة: جديد,
Specs of Huawei B315 router :

Device type : WiFi Wireless Router
Category : LTE Category 4
Model : B315
Weight : about 275 gms
Dimensions : 186 x 139 x 46 mm
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LTE/DC-HSPA+/HSPA+/HSPA/WCDMA/EDGE/GPRS/GSM

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Waarom de OnePlus fanbase niet meer groeit   

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Het sentiment richting OnePlus is wellicht een beetje veranderd en mede-oprichter Carl Pei denkt te weten waarom. Er was een tijd dat een niche smartphone-liefhebbers hét nieuwe merk hadden gevonden; een fabrikant die topkwaliteit en stevige specs kon leveren voor een belachelijk lage prijs. De bijnaam flagship killer werd in het leven geroepen en OnePlus […]
          

Allen sports premier 2 child bike trailer, Stroller or Jogger -   

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Posting on behalf of a friend Like new. Used couple of times. Exact specs Allen Sports Premier 2-Child Aluminum Bike Trailer/Racing Stroller, Green/Grey https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IOFVEHG/refcmswrcpapiik57MDbE7D9V08 If interested please text @ 650691XXXX or email XXXX@gmail.com

          

All-New Tesla Roadster: Everything We Know - Price, Range, Specs & More   

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The upcoming Tesla Roadster is a mind-blowing electric machine.
          

Samsung Chromebook 4 and 4+ warrant a second look   

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Samsung has a pair of new Chromebooks, and if you’ve been waiting for mainstream laptop specs but with particularly aggressive pricing, today’s your lucky day. The Samsung Chromebook 4 and Chromebook 4+ each borrow the company’s sleek Windows notebook styling, but kick off at just $229.99. The Chromebook 4 gets an 11.6-inch display, with an anti-reflective coating, running at 1366 … Continue reading
          

ASUS ROG Phone 2 durability puts external strength to the test   

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If you ask people what the best smartphone is this year, they might easily give name a Samsung Galaxy or an Apple iPhone or maybe even a Huawei Mate. Ask them what the most powerful smartphone is, however, and they might stumble a bit. While those premium phones do offer some of the best specs in the market, one phone … Continue reading
          

Pixel 4 specs leak confirm disappointing details   

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With Google’s big pixel event coming next week, the Internet is once again heating up with rumors and leaks about the Pixel 4 phones. Given how those have run in the past few months, there is very little left to talk about, unless you start comparing the Pixel 4 to its predecessor, the Pixel 3. A new info dump doesn’t … Continue reading
          

FPV Nano Cameras Testing: Runcam Nano 2 & Racer Nano, Foxeer Predator, Caddx Kangaroo & EOS2   

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FPV Nano Cameras Testing: Runcam Nano 2 & Racer Nano, Foxeer Predator, Caddx Kangaroo & EOS2

I tested the most popular nano cameras on the market: Nano 2 and Racer Nano from Runcam, Predator 4 Nano from Foxeer, Kangaroo and EOS2 from Caddx. Let’s compare their price, specs and performance in both day and low light to find out which is the best Nano FPV camera. New to FPV? Check out […]

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2020 Mazda3: Model overview, pricing, tech and specs - Roadshow   

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Mazda's fashionable compact offering heads into 2020 with more standard safety equipment.
          

ZTE Geek announced: next-gen Intel CPU plus Android 4.2   

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Runs Intel's new CloverTrail+ Z2580 32nm CPU at 2GHz ZTE sends word of a newly-announced device at the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing, China. The ZTE Geek (yes, that's actually it's name) packs the latest smartphone chip from Intel -- the CloverTrail+-based Atom Z2580 at 2GHz -- alongside Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The device's other specs are reasonably high-end, if not cutting-edge. It's got 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage, a 5-inch 720p display and an 8-megapixel rear camera. With the latest Intel CPU and the latest version of Android (not to mention its unconventional name and IDF unveiling) it's possible ZTE might be aiming this device at tech enthusiasts rather than average consumers. We'll have to wait and see how the manufacturer markets the Geek in the months ahead. The new handset follows on from ZTE's previous collaboration with Intel, in the mid-range Grand X IN, released late last year. ZTE reps weren't able to confirm whether the Geek will see release i...
          

Simple list on razor   

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Hi

I have a model 

 public class KeySpec
    {
        public string Section { get; set; }
        public string Title { get; set; }
        public string Value { get; set; }
    }

and I have view where I can display all KeySpecs and add new. 

<div class="specs">
                    <div class="form-row mb-3">
                        <div class="col-3">
                            <input type="text" name="section" id="section" class="form-control" placeholder="Section">
                        </div>
                        <div class="col-4">
                            <input type="text" name="title" id="title" class="form-control" placeholder="Title">
                        </div>
                        <div class="col-3">
                            <input type="number" name="spec_value" id="spec_value" class="form-control" placeholder="Value">
                        </div>
                        <div class="col-2">
                            <button class="btn btn-primary">Add</button>
                        </div>
                    </div>


                    <table class="table">
                        
                        <tbody>
                            @foreach (var spec in specList)
                            {
                                <tr>
                                    <td>@spec.Section</td>
                                    <td>@spec.Title</td>
                                    <td>@spec.Value</td>
                                    <td></td>
                                </tr>
                            }
                        </tbody>
                    </table>

On pressing on the Add button  new row should be added in the spec table.  Should be added only in memory so controller should not be called. These are not the only models and buttons in this view. How do I make on pressing Add button new row to be added in the table without calling the controller?

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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – here’s the minimum and recommended PC specs   

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If you plan on playing Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on PC, you’ll want to look over the minimum and recommended requirements. The minimum and recommended PC specs for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order have been posted. Find out if your system can run it proper below. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order PC specs Minimum […]

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Question: I know it's not much but what games on steam can I run in Lenovo ideapad 330?   

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The specs of my pc are: CPU- Intel Celeron N4100 Graphics- Intel UHD Graphics 600
          

Amazon Launches New Fire HD 10 Tablet With USB-C, Faster CPU, Longer Battery Life   

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Amazon Launches New Fire HD 10 Tablet With USB-C, Faster CPU, Longer Battery Life Late last month, Amazon unleashed a bevy of Alexa-related products including new smart speakers and even smart earbuds. Today, the company is making a more low-key announcement in the form of an upgraded Fire HD 10 tablet. As Amazon puts it, the new Fire HD 10 is better in nearly every way thanks to specs bumps across the board and some

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