If the amount of advertising on the web is a hindrance to your Internet browsing, you might be interested in a new piece of network hardware that has been created by Clynton L Taylor called AdControl.
AdControl has been designed to connect directly to your home network and remove any advertising appearing on your network, before they make it to your devices.
Allowing you to enjoy an advertising free Internet. Sound impossible? Watch the video below to learn more about this unique addition to your home network. Taylor explains :
“AdControl doesn’t just keep your devices adfree, but blocks the ads even before they reach your network allowing it to speed up loading of the sites and saving data. There are so many products out there, most of them are truly original, but only a few of them are actually making your life easier and faster.
By removing all the ads from the internet the loading of any site is almost twice faster. Save bandwidth and clear your internet from annoying ads easily with AdControl.
We started working on AdControl as students. (Our main goal was to create a device thatwould not just remove all the ads from the internet but on the other side make your life easier.) We wanted to recreate how the internet looks today.
Because we were not happy with the situation. Why should we watch stupid advertisement before watching any youtube video? How many times you come across a site where you have to literally guess where to click to get to the desired content.
AdControl is probably one of the easiest devices to setup on the earth. Just plug it in between your router and internet gateway. Power it up and you are ready to go. If you want to add a website to your white list you can easily do it from the Android/iOS app or the control panel from your browser. Ads on the internet always change but you dont have to worry because AdControl keeps always up to date with the new ads.”
For more information on the new AdControl jump over to the Kickstarter website for details via the link below and make a pledge from $29 to be one of the very first to own one and remove advertising from your network.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Entertainment News, Technology News