Shota Ishiwatari, founder of the Kiluck Corp Company recently created RAPIRO, which is the specially created robot for Raspberry Pi. The robot gathers easily and delivered with RGB light-emitting diodes, 12 servo-drivers and an Arduino-compatible plate for management of the servo-driver. The RAPIRO will cost £229 ($354) without the accessories for the electronic auction. Shota developed the robot in CAD, and worked with JMC over prototype production. Each of its 12 joints is calculated on a feed from small and inexpensive servo-drivers. They reduce robot cost, but don’t expect from it tremendous productivity. Nevertheless, the robot can move the head, hands, to suffice and let out from capture, and to waddle.
Company Kingston Digital has released USB drive Kingston Data Traveler HyperX 3.0. According to the manufacturer, the new device has become the fastest and most capacious USB flash drive with a USB interface in its range.Its high-speed eight-channel architecture provides USB 3.0 data transfer rates of up to 225MB/s read and 135MB/s write. Users can save time associated with opening, editing and copying large files and applications between devices.
AViiQ Portable Charging Station will gave the opportunity to charge three of USB devices simultaneously, using but just one power outlet. The AViiQ Portable Charging Station will feature multiple internal and external pockets that ensure your device-specific cables remain neat and organized at all times.