After being unveiled last month the new ASRock X10 AC1300 Internet of Things router is now available to purchase priced at $140. Enabling both Android and iOS users to use special companion applications to control and read data from IoT hardware using a 250 Kbit/s channel.
The X10 AC1300 IoT router is based on an unnamed SoC from Qualcomm featuring four ARM Cortex-A7 general-purpose cores offering both wireless connectivity over 2.4 GHz (400 Mbps) as well as 5 GHz (867 Mbps) bands.
Equipped with two 5 dBi high gain antennas the router can connect to 4 devices simultaneously and offers 1 x GbE WAN port, 4 x GbE LAN ports, 1 x USB 2.0 port for storage devices and 1 x USB 3.0 port. Other features include
• 11ac WiFi Router combines universal IoT HUB (2.4G/5GHz WiFi, Zigbee, Infrared)
• Single APP to manager multiple X10, multiple sensors & Philips HUE with cross control. (If-Then Rules, Scenes can be defined by user)
• Containing 3 different Cloud services (P2P with AES128 Encryption, IoT, Infrared support list database)
• Transnational Remote Control which can provide more flexible and convenience user experience. (IoT control, Storage upload/download)
With the coming age of Internet of Things (IoT), it seems that this new technology must bring people more convenient life. But actually, there are now tons of smart bulbs, sensors or electronic devices flooding the market, do users really use them easily and smoothly? Unfortunately the answer is just “NO”! Because of these so-called smart devices CANNOT work together.
ASRock believes a qualified digital life should build on a well-connected and user-friendly environment.That’s why ASRock created X10. It’s an all-rounder Wi-Fi router which integrates IR and ZigBee functions anytime, anywhere, it allows you to manage, control or monitor smart devices across different brands. Just with a single APP. ASRock X10 can perfectly serve you a simple and smart life which user never experience before. It’s just the goal which ASRock X10 is looking for!.
Source: ASRockFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News