Smart and connected to mobile: this is the Xiaomi microscope for your children | Gadgets

Microscopes have always been one of those gifts that children have received without knowing too much what practical use it could be given, since, at least the subscriber, never had the opportunity to do class work using one of these devices . It wasn’t a tool for homework assignments. Fortunately, it is with the new generations that the idea of ​​education focused on competencies is being put into practice and some centers do use them periodically.

Microscopio de Xiaomi. Xiaomi

So if any of your children have jobs to do, or their passion for science goes beyond the usual, Xiaomi has launched a curious microscope on the market that has two characteristics that make it perfect for these times: it is smart and connected, so we can use it in combination with a mobile phone or tablet, to achieve extraordinary results.

On Youpin already at a knockdown price

This microscope has a very fun design, in white and made of plastic that barely weighs 100 grams and can be used anywhere since it has a battery to save us cables. Thanks to its wireless connectivity, wifi, it will be possible to link it to a mobile or tablet so that your screens act as amplifiers of the image you capture through your high definition cameras.

Xiaomi microscope connected to the mobile.
Xiaomi microscope connected to the mobile. Xiaomi

In this way, the user can see in real time, on the screen of a tablet (which is larger), every little detail of that material that has been placed under the microscope’s magnifying glass. In this way, you don’t have to be looking through a small viewer without the possibility of accessing the details. of what we are observing. And is that thanks to this ability to connect with mobile devices, we can store all work sessions and see them again at any time. Whenever we want.

The battery of this microscope is 2,700 mAh., Which allows you to be on uninterruptedly for 10 hours. It has a connector for USB-C chargers and if you want to do with it, you have it available right now through the platform from crowdfunding of the Chinese, Youpin, at one of those prices that are of authentic balance: 26 euros to change in promotional offer. If you also want it with the pack called “analysis”, then it will raise you up to 51 euros.


League Cup Saturday: River, Boca and Independiente play key games

It will be a Saturday of super action in Argentine soccer, with the presence of three of the largest teams in the country on the field. Yes, River, Boca and also Independiente will play their respective games in search of recovery, after two draws last date.

While River will visit Arsenal at night given the proximity with its Argentina Cup clash this Wednesday 7 against Atlético Tucumán; Boca will receive Defense and Justice hours before since the Falcon de Varela will also have to face Palmeiras from Brazil in the middle of the week at home for the first leg of the Recopa Sudamericana. Meanwhile, Independiente play this Saturday in the first shift is also due to his rival: Talleres, which on Wednesday will also have Argentina Cup action, against Velez for the 16th. final.

In Sarandí, Marcelo Gallardo’s men will seek to find their way in the competition after an irregular start, which has him out of qualifying positions for the second phase in Zone A with 11 points. El Millonario won only one of their last four games (0-1 with Argentinos, 1-1 with Boca, 6-1 against Godoy Cruz and 0-0 with Racing) and will have a good opportunity against Arsenal, which adds only one unit in the Cup and above it has seven players affected by coronavirus. In any case, in Núñez the sights are more set on the duel against the Tucumanos for the Argentine Cup since, if they advance, there will be Superclásico with their eternal rival in the second round.

For its part, Boca will seek to get away from the extra-football tremor that shook the club with the resignation of Mario Pergolini to the vice presidency. During yesterday, President Jorge Ameal and his second Juan Román Riquelme were seen in the Reserve party as a symbol of unity. The members of the media Council of Soccer, Marcelo Delgado, Jorge Bermúdez and Raúl Cascini were also there. Miguel Angel Russo’s team is also out of the second round for the moment, with 10 points in Zone B. Xeneize has equaled 1-1 with Independiente and has not won three (1-1 with River and 1- 2 with Workshops). In front, Sebastián Beccacece will go with his headlines despite the proximity of the Recopa. El Halcón has 11 units and comes from drawing 1-1 with Vélez.

Another who will try to raise his head is the Independiente de Julio Falcioni. After carrying five successes in a row, Red fell to Vélez (0-1) and leveled with Boca with the saving appearance of Uruguayan Sebastián Sosa on the epilogue to save a penalty. Second in Zone B with 13 points, Independiente will not make changes to visit Talleres, which has nine and comes from drawing 1-1 at home against Godoy Cruz.

The day will be completed with the simultaneous presentations of Gymnastics against Lanús, and Sarmiento against Atlético Tucumán. El Lobo (10 points in B) is hit by the pandemic, with a dozen players who tested positive, so it will have many youths among its ranks, such as the 19-year-old debutant goalkeeper Tomás Durso, who will replace Rodrigo Rey. Lanús (13), who has just beaten Patronato 4-2, will seek to take advantage of the situation and climb to the top of the group, at least until Vélez (16) receives Unión on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Sarmiento (7) will try to stretch his pleasant present after defeating Defense 3-1 and drawing without goals with Unión. For that Mario Sciacqua how much with the return of eleven footballers who were lost in recent weeks by covid-19. Opposite will be the Tucumanos of Omar De Felippe, who add six points and come from equaling 2-2 against Newell’s at the Monumental José Fierro.

Probable teams, time and TV of Saturday’s games

14.00 Talleres vs Independiente (FOX Sports Premium).

Workshops: Guido Herrera; Nahuel Tenaglia, Rafael Pérez, Piero Hincapié and Ángelo Martino; Juan Ignacio Méndez and Federico Navarro; Diego Valoyes, Franco Fragapane, Carlos Auzqui and Diego Valoyes; Mateo Retegui. DT: Alexander Medina.

Independent: Sebastián Sosa; Fabricio Bustos, Sergio Barreto, Juan Manuel Insaurralde, Ayrton Costa, Gastón Togni; Lucas Romero, Domingo Blanco; Sebastián Palacios, Nicolás Messiniti and Jonathan Menéndez. DT: Julio César Falcioni.

Referee: Ariel Penel.

16.15 LP Gimnasia vs Lanús (TNT Sports).

Gymnastics LP: Tomás Durso; Marcelo Weigandt, Maximiliano Coronel, Germán Guiffrey and Lucas Licht; Emanuel Cecchini and Matías Miranda; Brahian Alemán, Matías Pérez García and Johan Carbonero; Lucas Barrios. DT: Leandro Martini.

Lanús: Lautaro Morales; José Luis Gómez, Nicolás Burdisso, Alexis Pérez and Alexandro Bernabei; Facundo Pérez, Tomás Belmonte and Matías Esquivel; Lautaro Acosta, José Sand and Nicolás Orsini. DT: Luis Zubeldia.

16.15 Sarmiento vs Atlético Tucumán (FOX Sports Premium).

Sarmiento: Manuel Vicentini; Martin Garcia, Marcelo Herrera, Braian Salvareschi and Facundo Castet; Benjamín Borasi, Fausto Montero, Federico Bravo and Gabriel Alanís; Sergio Quiroga and Jonatan Torres. DT: Mario Sciacqua ?.

Atlético Tucumán: Christian Lucchetti; Agustín Lagos, Santiago Vergini, Guillermo Ortiz, Gabriel Risso Patron; Guillermo Acosta, Cristian Erbes, Nicolás Aguirre, Ramiro Carrera; Javier Toledo and Augusto Lotti. DT: Omar De Felippe.

Referee: Leandro Rey Hilfer.

18.30 Boca vs Defense and Justice (TNT Sports).

Mouth: Esteban Andrada; Nicolás Capaldo, Carlos Zambrano, Carlos Izquierdoz, Marcos Rojo, Frank Fabra; Alan Varela, Campuzano / Medina / Almendra, Mauro Zárate; Sebastián Villa and Carlos Tevez. DT: Miguel Ángel Russo.

Defense: Ezequiel Unsain; Nestor Breitenbruch, Adonis Frías, Fernando Meza; Franco Paredes, Raúl Loaiza, Tomás Martínez / Valentín Larralde / Tomás Escalante, Marcelo Benítez, Francisco Pizzini, Walter Bou and Eugenio Isnaldo.

Referee: Fernando Echenique.

21.00 Arsenal vs River (FOX Sports Premium).

Arsenal: Alejandro Medina; Julián Navas, Ignacio Gariglio, Gastón Suso, Nicolás Castro or Ulises Abreliano; Jesús Soraire, Leonel Picco, Alejo Antilef; Alan Ruiz; Jhonatan Candia and Lucas Albertengo. DT: Sergio Rondina.

River: Franco Armani; Gonzalo Montiel or Alex Vigo, Jonatan Maidana, Paulo Díaz, Fabrizio Angileri; Nicolás De La Cruz, Enzo Pérez, Agustín Palavecino; Julián Álvarez; Matías Suárez and Rafael Santos Borré.

Referee: Patricio Loustau.


Xiaomi plans to manufacture electric cars, these are its plans | Engine

Apple is definitely not the only technology manufacturer of telephones interested in “putting head” in the world of electric cars and it is that the company is already rumored to be designing the first concepts.

Xiaomi plans to make electric cars

Reuters sources, they comment that the Asian giant plans to produce electric cars with the aim of reaching a “mass market”. Among the details of the electric cars that the brand could be working on, data has not yet been released, what if it is clear is that Xiaomi would integrate them with other products and manufacture them in a plant of the Chinese automotive giant Great Wall.

In addition, they ensure that the first model of the brand could arrive by the year 2023, a date that surprises many because of its close date. According to this information, the company could give the first details in a few days.

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Xiaomi wants to take advantage of its technologies

The reason for this move is very simple: Xiaomi wants to diversify its line and make it more resistant and to be an even more financially sound company. While it is true, it is one of the largest phone brands in China, it operates with still too small profit margins and this economically speaking may burst the growing bubble it is in in a short period of time. If any problem like the recent chip shortage spreads, it may spell checkmate for the Chinese company.

Electric vehicles would give Xiaomi a more reliable source of income throughout the year, given the great benefit that manufacturers usually obtain in this sector, in addition to the technologies that the macar already has in its possession, it could make a 360º product with which to profit from many areas.

The problem, of course, is that Xiaomi is not the only company that has this idea in mind, others like Apple or Huawei are also exploring how to enter the automotive sector. Chinese search company Baidu has already revealed its plans to build an electric vehicle with the help of the Geely company. Technology companies want to enter the automotive world to be able to expand its technologies much more. Xiaomi wants to bet on its ecosystem to attract people.

Founder Lei Jun is betting that the company’s experience with hardware design will be an advantage, according to a source. Unlike some of its rivals, Xiaomi makes a number of products beyond phones that include everything from smart TVs to cooking pots. Knows how to make a variety of devices, and it has many affiliate brand partnerships, many of which communicate with each other, and that could be attractive, and one more source of profit for the brand.


Diego Schwartzman and a historic step: he qualified for the London Masters

The Peque, located in ninth place in the world ranking, had been eliminated earlier this Friday in Paris after losing in the quarterfinals against Russian Daniil Medvedev (5) by 6-3 and 6-1.

However, Nadal (world number 2) beat Carreño Busta (15) by 4-6, 7-5 and 6-1 and left him with no chance to snatch the place from the Argentine in London 2020, for which he needed not only beat Nadal but also come out champion.

“London, here we go,” tweeted Schwartzman, who is coached by Juan Ignacio Chela.

Diego will be the eighth Argentine to participate in the prestigious singles competition. The previous seven were Guillermo Vilas, José Luis Clerc, David Nalbandian, Guillermo Coria, Gastón Gaudio, Mariano Puerta and Juan Martín del Potro.

For the ATP Finals in London Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev and Andrey Rublev were already qualified.

Schwartzman stars in an unforgettable year with his access to the finals in Córdoba, the Masters 1000 in Rome and the German ATP in Cologne, and in his best tournament to the semifinals at Roland Garros, where he lost to Rafa Nadal, then champion for the 13th time.

The just reward for his great season, in which he entered the “top ten” for the first time and placed eighth after his performance in Bois de Boulogne, is this qualification for the London Masters, something that an Argentine has not achieved for seven years, when Del Potro from Tandil participated in the 2013 edition.

The ATP Finals in London already had the presence of an Argentine assured, but in the doubles draw: Horacio Zeballos will compete alongside the Spanish Marcel Granollers, with whom he was crowned champion this year in Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro and the Masters 1000 in Rome .

Schwartzman, 28 years old and in the best of his career, fell this Friday in just one hour and four minutes of play against the Russian Medvedev, fifth in the ranking, but the great goal of Peque was fulfilled this afternoon, with the qualification to London .