If you would like to monitor the broadband service your Internet provider offers through their connection to your home network. You may be interested in a new piece of hardware created by Monitor-io which takes the form of a small device that can be added to your home network installation to monitor outages and the performance your provider is offering you for your hard and cash.
Equipped with a H3 Quad-Core Cortex-A7 ARM processor supported by 512MB DDR3 the broadband monitor runs the Debian Linux operating system and provides a great way to troubleshoot Internet issues and ensure your Internet of Things projects and devices are online. All recorded data is easily accessible using any web browser. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Monitor-io hardware which has taken to Kickstarter this week and has nearly already raised its required pledge goal thanks to 169 backers with still 29 days remaining on its campaign.
Pledges are available from $79 or roughly £57 for the first week after which the price will rise to $89 for early bird Kickstarter’s. The system requires no monthly subscription and is easy to install. Providing 24×7 monitoring and notification of outages and degradations in your network. If you are interested in learning more about the Monitor-io service and viewing a full list of available pledges, jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Hardware, Top News