ROCCAT’s Power-Grid Allows Gamers to Interface with their PC from a Smartphone

Posted on October 23, 2013 11:20 AM by Greg King

Never one to keep pace with the status quo, ROCCAT has released what it claims will be a new way to interface with your PC.  Power-Grid, a free to download app on the Android and iOS marketplaces, promises to turn your smartphone into a “sophisticated, fully customizable remote control for the PC, extending the environment of the gamer onto their smartphone.”

ROCCAT Power Grid Mobile App

When paired with its partner software on your PC, you will be able to adjust Windows settings and execute macro settings in games such as Starcraft II and League of Legends.  With the ability to customize the “grids and controls” on the mobile app, the user can customize it extensively to fit their needs and personal use case.  Users of the Power-Grid can also find an online database of user-created content and additional grids and controls.

Available now, the Power-Grid can be found online at ROCCAT’s dedicated website.

  • Kayden

    I like the concept of it and I might try it, but I can’t see it being used for then just a demo. This would be a great way to play a prank on some one though, with it spelling out words with the Pro per-key lighting.

    Kid: I swear dad it said clean your room!
    Dad: What did you?
    Kid: I just kept watching in it.
    Dad: They never listen. *walks away*

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