ASRock debuts the Gaming G10 router

ASRock debuts the Gaming G10 router

ASRock has come up with a rather interesting device, which is known as Gaming G10 router. The device serves as a regular network router (we assume there are certain gaming optimizations with it) but it can do much more – in fact if you teach it what to do you can use it to control the digital world around you.

To do this you will have to perform a few steps. The router is so intelligent it can learn the signals of your TV remote control, for example, and then assign them to your smartphone by using the ASRock Router APP application, which will soon be available on both Google Play and the App Store. Then you can use your smartphone to command your G10 router through Wi-Fi or 3G/4G and make it control the TV through infrared signals. In this way the router can also control game consoles, heaters, air conditioners and other similar devices.

Interesting, isn’t it? Unfortunately we cannot tell you the price of the G10 since there’s no information on it now.

Source: ASRock

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