US Pat. No. 9,717,159

MAINFRAME COMPUTER WITH SUPPORTING RACK

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1. A mainframe computer with a supporting rack, comprising:
a rack chassis having a first rack and a second rack, the first rack having a plurality of first positioning members arranged
thereon; the second rack having a plurality of second positioning members arranged thereon; and

the supporting rack arranged on the rack chassis, the supporting rack having at least one first corresponding positioning
member positioned corresponding to at least one of the plurality of first positioning members and at least one second corresponding
positioning member positioned corresponding to at least one of the plurality of second positioning members,

wherein the first positioning member and the first corresponding positioning member are a hole and a protruding column for
inserting onto each other correspondingly;

wherein the protruding column comprises a positioning shaft and a rubber sleeve surrounding the positioning shaft, one end
of the positioning shaft is connected to the supporting rack, the protruding column is detachably inserted into a position
corresponding to the hole, an outer edge of the rubber sleeve contacts with an inner edge corresponding to a position of the
hole in order to be positioned therein with an interference.

US Pat. No. 9,705,266

CABLE CONNECTOR AND CONDUCTIVE TERMINAL THEREOF

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1. A cable connector, adapted for connecting a cable, the cable connector comprising:
a metal housing having a first end and a second end opposite to the first end, an accommodation space being formed for communicating
with the first end and the second end;

at least one conductive terminal for clamping the cable, the conductive terminal having a containing portion and an engaging
portion, the engaging portion being directly in contact with one end of the containing portion, wherein at least one slot
is formed on the engaging portion;

at least one contact member, passing through the accommodation space from the first end and inserted into the engaging portion,
wherein at least a portion of an outside surface of the contact member is in surface-to-surface contact with an inner surface
of the engaging portion; and

a wire-fixing block received in the second end, wherein the containing portion is partially disposed inside the wire-fixing
block, and the engaging portion is fully disposed outside of the wire-fixing block.

US Pat. No. 9,414,481

HEAT SINK FASTENER

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1. A heat sink fastener for using with a chip disposed on a substrate, the heat sink fastener comprising:
a heat sink assembly;
a first stand including a fastening portion;
a second stand including a restriction portion disposed corresponding to the first stand;
a fastening plate connected to the heat sink assembly and in contact with a surface of the chip, the fastening plate including
a hook portion, an extension portion corresponding to the hook portion, and a through hole formed on the extension portion,
the hook portion being engaged with the fastening portion, the extension portion being in contact with the restriction portion;

a fastening member resiliently inserted in the through hole and secured to the second stand, the fastening member including
a bolt and a screw nail connected to the bolt, one end of the screw nail being provided with a pushing portion; and

a movable bar rotatably and pivotally connected to the second stand, the movable bar including a pivot shaft, a restriction
end restricting the pushing portion from movement, and a release end releasing the pushing portion to move, the restriction
end and the release end being disposed at two ends of the pivot shaft respectively.

US Pat. No. 9,520,158

FASTENING DEVICE

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1. A fastening device for securing and protecting an electronic device, the electronic device being provided with at least
one assembly hole, and the fastening device comprising:
a fastening assembly, the fastening assembly comprising:
a buffer; and
a fastening element inserted through the buffer, the fastening element including a rod portion, a fastening portion at one
end of the rod portion, and a head portion at the other end of the rod portion, wherein the fastening portion is fastenable
in the assembly hole;

a plate, including a first positioning hole and a second positioning hole communicating with the first positioning hole, wherein
a diameter of the first positioning hole is greater than a diameter of the second positioning hole, and a diameter of the
head portion is less than the diameter of the first positioning hole and greater than the diameter of the second positioning
hole, so that the head portion is engaged with the second positioning hole, and the electronic device is secured over the
plate,

wherein the plate further includes a first surface, a second surface opposite to the first surface, and an extension hole
passing through the first surface and the second surface, wherein a first direction is between the first positioning hole
and the second positioning hole, and the extension hole is formed along the first direction and between the first positioning
hole and the second positioning hole; and

two pillar-shaped protruding portions protruding from the second surface and disposed at two sides of the extension hole,
respectively, the buffer being in contact against the first surface, the head portion and the two pillar-shaped protruding
portions being disposed correspondingly so as to prevent removal of the head portion from the second positioning hole.

US Pat. No. 9,765,924

ADJUSTABLE SUPPORT FOR MULTI-AXIS AND HOST DEVICE

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1. An adjustable support for multi-axis is adapted for a host device where at least one element is installed, comprises:
a base comprising:
an installation portion located at one end of the base; and
a slide-guiding portion located at the center of the base;
at least one installation element disposed on the installation portion for being detachably attached to the host device; and
a support element adjustably disposed on the slide-guiding portion, wherein when the support element is fixed, one end of
the support element is capable of supporting the at least one element, wherein when adjusting the position of the support
element, the support element is capable of moving on the slide-guiding portion and rotating about the slide-guiding portion.

US Pat. No. 9,552,024

FIXING BRACKET FOR COMPUTER ACCESSORY AND COMPUTER CASE THEREOF

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1. A fixing bracket (1) for a computer accessory (3) to be installed and assembled in a computer case, the fixing bracket (1) comprising:
a carrier plate (10) having a surface (100) for stacking the computer accessory (3), and a first side edge and a second side edge opposite to one another;

a clamping part (11) disposed on the first side edge; and

a limiting part (12) disposed on the second side edge;

wherein the computer accessory (3) is stacked on the surface (100) of the carrier plate (10), the clamping part (11) clamps one end portion of the computer accessory (3) and the limiting part (12) tightly presses against the other end portion of the computer accessory (3) such that the computer accessory (3) is attached against to the carrier plate (10);

wherein the clamping part (11) comprises a bottom plate (110) bent from the first side edge of the carrier plate (10) to be substantially vertical to the surface (100) of the carrier plate (10) and a clamping plate (111) bent toward the surface (100) to have a shape of an elastic arm;

wherein the bottom plate (110) of the clamping part (11) is provided with a plug hole (112).

US Pat. No. 9,584,900

CUSTOMIZATION EARPHONE STRUCTURE AND DETACHABLE AUDIO BROADCASTING MODULE THEREOF

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1. A detachable audio broadcasting module, comprising:
an amplifier assembly including a first outer casing, a plurality of first retaining structures disposed on the first outer
casing, and a first conductive matching structure disposed on an inner surface of the first outer casing, wherein the first
outer casing has an amplifier chamber with a predetermined space formed therein, and the first outer casing has an assembly
concave groove communicated with the amplifier chamber; and

a plurality of detachable sound guiding assemblies each including a second outer casing corresponding to the assembly concave
groove, a coaxial dual-frequency sound-guiding component fixed and enclosed inside the second outer casing, a plurality of
second retaining structures disposed on the second outer casing and respectively corresponding the first retaining structures,
and a second conductive matching structure disposed on an outer surface of the second outer casing and corresponding to the
first conductive matching structure, wherein the coaxial dual-frequency sound-guiding component includes a woofer vibrating
membrane assembly, a tweeter vibrating membrane assembly, and a common magnetic loop assembly disposed between the woofer
vibrating membrane assembly and the tweeter vibrating membrane assembly and provided for the woofer vibrating membrane assembly
and the tweeter vibrating membrane assembly, and the second outer casing has a sound output opening;

wherein one of the detachable sound guiding assemblies is received inside the assembly concave groove of the amplifier assembly,
the second outer casing of the detachable sound guiding assembly is detachably positioned inside the assembly concave groove
of the amplifier assembly by respectively matching the second retaining structures and the first retaining structures with
each other, and the second conductive matching structure electrically contacts the first conductive matching structure.

US Pat. No. 9,727,103

COMPUTER CASE

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1. A computer case, comprising:
a case body with an opening formed thereon;
a carrying structure detachably connected to the case body from the outside and corresponding to the position of the opening;
and

a cooler fixed to the carrying structure,
wherein the case body has a top plate and the opening is formed on the top plate;
wherein a carrying edge is formed on the edge of the opening, the carrying structure is a stand, the stand comprises a rectangular
frame and a lapping piece extending from two corresponding sides of the rectangular frame, and the lapping piece laps over
the carrying edge;

wherein the cooler comprises a liquid-cooled radiator, a cooling fan and a waterblock, the liquid-cooled radiator is locked
on the stand via a screwing member, the cooling fan is locked on the liquid-cooled radiator via a screwing member, and the
waterblock connects with the liquid-cooled radiator via two liquid tubes.

US Pat. No. 9,992,901

MAINFRAME COMPUTER WITH SUPPORTING RACK

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1. A mainframe computer with a supporting rack, comprising:a rack chassis having a first rack, the first rack having a plurality of first positioning members arranged thereon; and
a supporting rack arranged on the rack chassis, the supporting rack having at least one first corresponding positioning member positioned corresponding to at least one of the plurality of first positioning members,
wherein the at least one first corresponding positioning member and each of the first positioning members are a protruding column and a hole for inserting onto each other correspondingly, and the protruding column does not have threads.

US Pat. No. 9,992,902

MAINFRAME COMPUTER WITH SUPPORTING RACK

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1. A mainframe computer with a supporting rack, comprising:a rack chassis having a first rack, the first rack having a plurality of first positioning members arranged thereon; and
a supporting rack arranged on the rack chassis, the supporting rack having at least one first corresponding positioning member positioned corresponding to at least one of the plurality of first positioning members,
wherein the at least one first corresponding positioning member and each of the first positioning members are a protruding column and a hole for inserting onto each other correspondingly, the hole comprises an opening hole and a neck contracting slot contracted corresponding to an inner diameter of the opening hole, and the opening hole and the neck contracting slot are connected to each other, the protruding column comprises a shaft member and a ring groove arranged on an outer edge of the shaft member, the protruding column is detachably inserted into a position corresponding to the opening hole, a portion of the first rack corresponding to an inner edge of the neck contracting slot is inserted into a position corresponding to the ring groove, the first corresponding positioning member is restricted by the neck contracting slot of the first positioning member via the ring groove in order to be positioning therein.

US Pat. No. 9,953,896

HEAT DISSIPATING MODULE, HEAT DISSIPATING SYSTEM AND CIRCUIT MODULE

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1. A heat dissipating module, which is adapted to be contacted with a heat element, comprising:a heat exchanger, which has a heat exchanging zone contacted with the heat element, the heat exchanger further comprising a first casing, a cavity being formed inside the first casing of the heat exchanger;
a securing structure; and
a fluid driving unit, which is communicated with the heat exchanger for guiding a working fluid into the heat exchanger and is secured to the heat exchanger by the securing structure, wherein the fluid driving unit and the heat exchanger are separately installed and communicated with each other, the fluid driving unit comprises a casing, a space is enclosed by the casing of the fluid driving unit, the cavity of the heat exchanger and the space of the fluid driving unit are separate and independent from each other, the fluid driving unit further comprises an impeller unit and a stator unit, the impeller unit provides power to transmit the working fluid into the heat exchanger, the stator unit is disposed between the impeller unit and the heat exchanger for driving the impeller unit, and a luminous element is disposed on the stator unit and illuminates in accordance with a preset procedure.

US Pat. No. 10,107,568

BACK PLATE AND MOTHERBOARD HAVING THE SAME

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1. A back plate adapted for a heat dissipator, the back plate comprising:a flat polygonal shaped body; and
a locking assembly, located at a bottom surface of the flat polygonal shaped body, and the locking assembly comprising:
a protruding portion, located at a corner of the flat polygonal shaped body, the protruding portion having a connecting hole and a locking hole, the connecting hole located at a side of the locking hole, and the locking hole being a curved hole with the connecting hole as a center;
a pivotal member, disposed on the protruding portion, one end of the pivotal member having a hinge hole, the hinge hole hinged with the connecting hole, another end of the pivotal member having a fixing hole matching the locking hole, and the fixing hole movable with respect to the locking hole with the hinge hole as a center; and
a connecting member, disposed through the fixing hole and the locking hole, and adapted to be connected to a seat of the heat dissipator, and the connecting member movable in the locking hole in order to move the fixing hole with respect to the locking hole.

US Pat. No. 9,972,455

BUTTON AND KEYBOARD DEVICE

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1. A button, comprising:a base including two positioning holes disposed on two sides of the base, respectively;
a plurality of restricting members, each of which includes an engaging portion, the engaging portions being disposed corresponding to the positioning holes, respectively;
a cap disposed opposite to the base and connected with the restricting members; and
a linking member disposed on the base, two ends of which are connected with the engaging portions, respectively;
wherein the engaging portions drive the linking member to rotate and are respectively inserted into the positioning holes when the cap moves toward a direction of the base.

US Pat. No. 9,939,856

SUPPORTING FRAME

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1. A supporting frame, comprising:at least a supporting element having a first through-hole, wherein a cam is disposed in the supporting element and has a second through-hole and a turning portion, and the second through-hole is disposed corresponding to the first through-hole;
a base extending to form a sleeve; and
a light-permeable pillar passing through the first through-hole and the second through-hole and inserted into the sleeve, wherein the supporting element is capable of sliding along the light-permeable pillar, and the turning portion is configured for pushing against an inner wall of the supporting element for fixing the supporting element on the light-permeable pillar;
wherein the base is configured with a plurality of feet and a plurality of magnetic elements.

US Pat. No. 9,891,676

COMPUTER CASE

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1. A computer case, comprising:
a case body has a top plate and the top plate with an opening formed thereon;
a carrying structure detachably connected to the case body from the outside and corresponding to the position of the opening,
the carrying structure having at least one aperture, and the opening and the at least one aperture communicated with each
other; and

a cooler fixed to the carrying structure.

US Pat. No. 10,260,781

LIQUID COOLING DEVICE HAVING DIVERSION MECHANISM

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1. A liquid cooling device having a diversion mechanism, connected with a heat source, comprising:a thermoelectric cooler having a cold end and a hot end;
a first water block disposed between the heat source and the cold end of the thermoelectric cooler, wherein the first water block has a first surface and a second surface opposite to each other, the first water block is disposed on the cold end of the thermoelectric cooler via the first surface, and the second surface is directly in thermal contact with the heat source; and
a second water block disposed on the hot end of the thermoelectric cooler, such that the first water block, the thermoelectric cooler and the second water block are stacked directly on each other in a direction perpendicular to the heat source; and a pump connecting the first water block and the second water block via a water pipe,
wherein the pump supplies water to the first water block and second water block simultaneously by way of the water pipe, thus forming a circulation of water, and heat generated by the heat source is directly conducted into the circulation of water via the second surface of the first water block.

US Pat. No. 10,364,817

FAN AND CONTROL METHOD THEREOF

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1. A fan, comprising:an upper plate;
a shrouding plate coupled to the upper plate and extending therefrom, the upper plate and the shrouding plate at least partially defining an inner space;
a motor arranged in the inner space;
a plurality of fan blades coupled to the motor and rotatable by the motor;
a first light source disposed in the inner space,
wherein the first light source is stationary with respect to the plurality of fan blades, and
wherein the first light source is arranged such that light from the first light source is transmitted to the plurality of fan blades through the shrouding plate and the light illuminates the plurality of fan blades; and
a processor controlling the first light source to turn on/off at a first frequency determined at least based on a relation with respect to a rotational speed of the plurality of fan blades, wherein the processor controls the first light source based on an external input received by the processor.

US Pat. No. 10,368,158

EARPHONE DEVICE THAT SWITCHED TO AN OPEN-TYPE OR A CLOSED-TYPE EARPHONE DEVICE

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1. An earphone device, comprising:a casing including an opening and an accommodating space, the opening communicating with the accommodating space and an outside of the casing, wherein a groove is disposed at a periphery of the casing, and wherein the casing further includes at least one positioning pillar located in the opening;
an earphone body disposed in the accommodating space, wherein a plurality of through holes are disposed outside the earphone body; and
a detachable cover having a protruding bar along a periphery of the detachable cover, wherein the detachable cover includes at least one fixing portion;
wherein the detachable cover and the casing are combined together, the protruding bar is embedded into the groove, and the at least one positioning pillar is inserted into the at least one fixing portion such that the detachable cover covers the earphone body and the through holes,
wherein the through holes are disposed outside the earphone body to make an inside and an outside of the earphone body communicate with each other, and the detachable cover includes a plurality of protruding pillars respectively sealing the through holes.

US Pat. No. 10,394,338

KEYBOARD

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1. A keyboard, comprising:a circuit board having an upper surface, a lower surface opposite to the upper surface, a plurality of locking slots, and a plurality of cut-out portions, wherein each locking slot of the plurality of locking slots is located laterally adjacent a corresponding cut-out portion of the plurality of cut-out portions and the plurality of locking slots and the plurality of cut-out portions are coplanar;
a plurality of key modules positioned on the upper surface and over the plurality of cut-out portions, wherein at least a portion of each key module is received in a corresponding locking slot of the circuit board; and
a plurality of light sources installed on the lower surface of the circuit board, wherein at least a portion of at least one light source is positioned in a corresponding cut-out portion.

US Pat. No. 10,444,807

HEAT SINK ASSEMBLY AND FAN AND FAN MODULE THEREOF

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1. A heat sink assembly, comprising:a heat sink;
a heat sink rack detachably arranged on the heat sink, and the heat sink rack having a first sliding portion and a cantilever arm having a plurality of first positioning portions and movable between an engaged positon and a pressed position, wherein the heat sink rack comprises a pair of brackets, the pair of brackets include a first attachment portion formed thereon respectively, the first attachment portions extend along a predefined direction, and the first sliding portion is a groove formed on the first attachment portions and extending along the predefined direction; and
a fan rack having a pair of second attachment portions, a second sliding portion and a second positioning portion, wherein the second sliding portion is a protrusion protruding from the second attachment portions and is slidably disposed in the first sliding portion so that the fan rack is slidably disposed on the heat sink rack in the predefined direction;
wherein a rear end of the first attachment portion of the pair of brackets includes the cantilever arm, the plurality of first positioning portions are holes formed on the cantilever arm to extend along the first sliding portion and arranged spaced apart from each other, and the second positioning portion is a block that is formed on the second attachment portion of the fan rack and fits any one of the plurality of first positioning portions, and the second positioning portion corresponds to any one of the first positioning portions to lock onto each other for positioning thereon;
wherein while the cantilever arm is in the engaged position, the second positioning portion is directly engaged into one of the first positioning portions so that the fan rack is fixed on the heat sink rack; while a force is applied on the cantilever arm to deform the cantilever arm so as to force the cantilever arm to move from the engaged position to the pressed position, the plurality of first positioning portions are disengaged from the second positioning portion so as to detach the heat sink rack from the fan rack.

US Pat. No. 10,497,515

CONNECTOR STRUCTURE

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1. A connector structure, comprising:a first connector having a first end and a second end opposite to the first end, with the first connector having a plurality of first metal terminals extending in a first direction at the first end, wherein the second end of the first connector is configured to be detachably connected to a first external device;
a second connector having a third end and a fourth end opposite to the third end, with the second connector having a plurality of second metal terminals extending in a second direction at the third end, wherein the second direction is not parallel to the first direction, and the fourth end of the second connector is configured to be detachably connected to a second external device; and
a capacitance device comprising at least one capacitor electrically connected to the first connector and the second connector respectively through the plurality of first metal terminals and the plurality of second metal terminals;
wherein the at least one capacitor is configured to receive a first power from the first external device and transmit a second power to the second external device;
wherein a capacitance of the at least one capacitor is greater than 100 ?F.

US Pat. No. 10,481,646

COMPUTER CABINET

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1. A computer housing, comprising:a plurality of panels including a front panel, a top panel, a rear panel, a bottom panel, a left panel, and a right panel coupled together to form the computer housing;
a beveled portion disposed between at least one of (i) the front panel and the top panel, (ii) the top panel and the rear panel, (iii) the rear panel and the bottom panel, and (iv) the bottom panel and the front panel; and
at least two engagement members disposed in each corner of the computer housing, wherein
one engagement member of the at least two engagement members is disposed in the beveled portion,
the other engagement member of the at least two engagement members is disposed in one of the front panel, the top panel, the rear panel, or the bottom panel,
the front panel, the top panel, the rear panel, or the bottom panel at least partially define the other engagement member of the at least two engagement members, and
the at least two engagement members are disposed at a same distance from each other in each corner.

US Pat. No. 10,568,175

LIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM BASED ON DISPLAY DEVICE AND LIGHT CONTROL METHOD THEREOF

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1. A light control system configured to electrically connect a host and a plurality of light devices, wherein the host electrically connects to a display device, and the display device displays a multimedia signal transmitted by the host, with the light control system comprising:a power connecting port electrically connecting to an external power source and adapted for providing a power to drive the plurality of light devices;
a host connecting port having a communication connection with the host and adapted for receiving the multimedia signal;
a first light connecting port adapted for electrically connecting to a first light device;
a second light connecting port adapted for electrically connecting to a second light device;
a microcontroller electrically connecting to the host connecting port, the first light connecting port, and the second light connecting port, wherein the microcontroller is configured to identify a device type of each of the first and the second light devices, obtain two configurations according to the two device types, and generate two dimming signals according to the two configurations and the multimedia signal, with two configurations corresponding to the two device types respectively; and
a power distribution unit electrically connecting to the power connecting port, the first light connecting port, the second light connecting port, and the microcontroller, wherein the power distribution unit converts the two dimming signal to two driving signals configured to control the first light device and the second light device to emit colored lights associated with the multimedia signal;
wherein the multimedia signal is a video signal and the microcontroller performs a partition color evaluation procedure, wherein the partition color evaluation procedure divides the video signal into one or more sub-video signals and obtains a representative color of each of the sub-video signals, and each of the sub-video signals corresponds to a partition of a display screen that the video signal is displayed on the display device and the two dimming signals are associated with two of the representative colors.

US Pat. No. 10,558,246

CHASSIS DEVICE, AND COVER STRUCTURE AND MAGNETIC SECURING MECHANISM THEREOF

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1. A magnetic securing mechanism for securing a first member to a second member, comprising:a first magnetic member positioned on one of the first and second members;
a second magnetic member positioned on the other one of the first and second members;
a movable sleeve, sheathed on the second magnetic member, and capable of sliding with respect to the second magnetic member;
an elastic element, pushing and driving the movable sleeve to move away from the second magnetic member to restore its original position; and
a third magnetic member, fixed to the movable sleeve, and configured to magnetically interact with the first and second magnetic members;
wherein the magnetic securing mechanism is positioned between 1) a closed position, wherein the first magnetic member and the second magnetic member are attracted to each side of the third magnetic member and the magnetic attraction force between the second magnetic member and the third magnetic member being greater than the elastic restoring force of the elastic element 2) a middle position, wherein an external force detach the attraction between the second magnetic member and the third magnetic member and maintain the first magnetic member attracted to the third magnetic member; and 3) an open position, where further application of the external force detach the attraction between the first and third magnetic members.

US Pat. No. 10,772,235

HEAT SINK AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

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10. A heat sink, comprising:a base, having a first surface, a plurality of parallel heated areas concavely formed on the first surface, a protrusion disposed between any two heated areas and protruding in a direction towards the first surface, and each protrusion comprising a first protrusion portion and a second protrusion portion, wherein there is a height difference between the first protrusion portion and the second protrusion portion; and
a plurality of heat pipes, embedded into the heated areas respectively in the lengthwise direction of each heat pipe, and the heat pipes in contact with one another at a top of the second protrusion portion;
wherein the distance between a surface of the first protrusion portion and the first surface of the base in a first direction is smaller than a distance between a surface of the second protrusion portion and the first surface of the base in the first direction.

US Pat. No. 10,711,992

ILLUMINATION FAN

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11. An illumination fan, comprising:a housing defining a fan space and comprising an inner sidewall and an outer sidewall, the inner sidewall comprising a first protrusion, and the outer sidewall comprising a second protrusion;
a fan blade disposed in the fan space;
a light guiding component comprising two recesses opposite to each other, the two recesses respectively corresponding to the first protrusion and the second protrusion, and the first protrusion and the second protrusion respectively extending into the two recesses to jointly hold the light guiding component; and
a light source disposed below the light guiding component,
wherein the housing comprises an upper frame and a lower frame, the upper frame comprises the inner sidewall, and the lower frame comprises the outer sidewall.

US Pat. No. 10,739,829

PRESSURIZED INFUSION DEVICE AND LIQUID COOLING SYSTEM

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1. A pressurized infusion device, comprising:a liquid storage tank having a first end and a second end opposite to the first end;
a pump connected with the first end of the liquid storage tank and having a first connecting port, a second connecting port, a third connecting port and a fourth connecting port, wherein a pump flow channel from the first connecting port to the second connecting port is formed inside the pump, and a bypass flow channel from the third connecting port to the fourth connecting port is also formed inside the pump;
a first cap covering the second end of the liquid storage tank and having a first through hole defining a first conduit and at least a second through hole defining a second conduit, the first conduit and second conduit being separated from each other; and
a liquid injecting pipe being disposed in the liquid storage tank, the liquid injecting pipe connected to the fourth connecting port and extending towards and corresponding to the first through hole on the first cap.

US Pat. No. 10,735,847

EARPHONE

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10. An earphone, comprising:an earphone body, comprising a shell, and the shell having an audio hole, a ventilation hole and a chamber; and
an adjustment assembly, comprising a button, a push-push mechanism and a baffle, the button disposed on a side of the earphone body facing away from the audio hole, the push-push mechanism and the baffle located in the chamber, and the button being connected to the baffle via the push-push mechanism and configured to be pressed toward the audio hole so that the baffle is movable to connect the ventilation hole to the chamber or disconnect the ventilation hole from the chamber via the push-push mechanism so as to adjust sound feature of the earphone body;
wherein the push-push mechanism comprises a cylindrical component, a pushing component and a pivotable component, the cylindrical component has at least one guide groove, the at least one guide groove has a release portion and a stop portion, the release portion extends along a longitudinal direction of the cylindrical component, the release portion and the stop portion are arranged along a circumferential direction of the cylindrical component, the stop portion is located farther away from the ventilation hole than the release portion, the pushing component has at least one first guide block which is slidably located in the release portion of the at least one guide groove, the pivotable component is connected to the baffle and has at least one second guide block which is slidably located in the release portion, and the button is disposed on the pushing component; the button forces the pushing component to support the pivotable component, the at least one second guide block of the pivotable component is guided by the at least one guide groove so as to be moved to the stop portion or the release portion.

US Pat. No. 10,768,677

HEAT DISSIPATING DEVICE HAVING COLORED LIGHTING AND PERSISTENCE EFFECT

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1. A heat dissipating device, comprising:a bottom assembly;
a first light guide positioned on the bottom assembly;
a first light assembly including one or more light sources and positioned on the first light guide; and
an outer cover positioned on the bottom assembly, the first light guide, and the first light assembly, the outer cover at least partially enclosing the bottom assembly, the first light guide, and the first light assembly, wherein:
the outer cover defines a first opening on a top surface of the outer cover,
an upper surface the first light guide is received in the first opening from within the outer cover, and
light from the first light assembly is emitted from the heat dissipating device through the upper surface of the first light guide exposed through the first opening.

US Pat. No. 10,747,276

COOLING SYSTEM AND WATER COOLING RADIATOR

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1. A water cooling radiator, configured for liquid coolant to flow therethrough, comprising:a cold end chamber body, configured for liquid coolant to flow therethrough;
at least one thermoelectric chip, having a cooling surface and a heat-generating surface which are opposite to each other, and the cooling surface of the at least one thermoelectric chip being thermally coupled to the cold end chamber body;
at least one heat dissipating assembly, comprising a first heat dissipation fin, a heat conductive seat, at least one pipe, and a second heat dissipation fin, wherein the heat conductive seat is thermally coupled to the heat-generating surface of the at least one thermoelectric chip, the first heat dissipation fin is thermally coupled to the heat-generating surface of the at least one thermoelectric chip via the heat conductive seat, the at least one pipe is thermally coupled to the heat conductive seat, and the second heat dissipation fin is thermally coupled to the heat conductive seat via the at least one pipe; and
a water tank, having a first chamber, a second chamber, an outer inlet, a first inner outlet, a first inner inlet and an outer outlet, wherein the outer inlet and the first inner outlet correspond to the first chamber, and the first inner inlet and the outer outlet correspond to the second chamber, the cold end chamber body has a channel, two opposite ends of the channel are respectively connected to the first inner outlet of the first chamber and the first inner inlet of the second chamber, allowing liquid coolant flowing into the first chamber via the outer inlet to flow through the channel and then flow out of the second chamber from the outer outlet.