If you are in the market for a smart router and are looking for an open source solution which provides a wealth of more up-to-date features than the current routine you are using in your home or office, you may be interested in the Lylo which has been created by Oneby based in Brussels, Belgium.
The Oneby Lylo smart router has been specifically designed to provide an easy Wi-Fi setup which is easy to manage and blends in with your home environment with a subtle design rather than a rectangular box with aerials protruding from it.
Lylo has launched via the Kickstarter crowdfunding website this month with the aim of raising €150,000 to go into production, learn more about they new open source router in the promotional video below.
Wifi routers have been always over-complicated. Hard to set-up, to manage,.. Shouldn’t technology make our life easier? So, it’s time to introduce a new kind of router. Meet Lylo: The smartest open-source router with easy wifi and domotic for everyone. Designed for a smarter life, Lylo doesn’t look like every other hub.
Wifi has never been so intuitive. Simply pair your devices with a touch. Admin receives automaticaly a connection notification to guarantee the network security. Lylo is smart and recognizes devices from your family, your friends, your guests,… Everything is done to offer a customized web experience for every user.
Lylo recognizes people and can automatically protect your kids from viewing porn and adult content. It can also blocks wifi on their devices during the night or on demand. Homeworks? You can easily block access to your children to online gaming or social media. Your guests can now access the wifi temporarily by touching Lylo. Their devices are automaticaly removed from your network after a predefined period.
Visit the Kickstarter website for more information and to make a pledge from €219.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Hardware, Top News