TX series robots are stationary robots mostly used for security and surveillance produced by Ares Robotics. They are not equipped with weapons. Known robots 1TX is used for item collecting. The mechanical arm holding the head is very slow, but it is reliable and rarely breaks by itself. The head has vision, but no text-to-speech module, it can only play pre-recorded audio tracks. Items can be put into the zone labeled OBJ RCV, which is short for object receiver. Portable spectating unit 2TX is a hanging segmented creature with limited intelligence. They lack weapons. A 2TX frame can be installed on the standard T frame. The big box is the CPU. A body consisting of 5 lightly armored segments is connected to it. The head has a 110 º field of view. Up to 4 2TX units can be installed in a series, sharing computational resources. The horn on the head is not decorative, it is used for communication. 3TX are one of the more intelligent TX robots. They are equipped with good vision (human spectre, bird spectre, IR, UV), limited empathy, the idea of humor, human-level hearing and full speech (languages installed separately). The hand is fully dexterous and precise, able to do a handshake or a high-five. There is a design flaw with its balance, often requiring ad-hoc workarounds to not make it fall. Common workarounds are tying strong strings to it or limiting its movement range otherwise.