ROCCAT’s Power-Grid enters open beta, turns phones into PC control centers

22 Oct


ROCCAT’s Power-Grid has been slow in coming — the smartphone-based PC assistant was originally supposed to launch last December. Nonetheless, gamers will be glad to hear that it’s finally available to the public through an open beta. Both Android and iOS users can now control and monitor Windows PC activities of all kinds from their mobile device’s screen, whether they’re triggering StarCraft II keyboard macros or tracking CPU workloads. Demanding gamers can also create command screens and share them with others. ROCCAT doesn’t yet know when it will stop the Power-Grid beta, but it does promise a slew of supporting accessories in 2014. Curious players can check out a feature video below before grabbing the app for free at the source link. by engadget

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