The ROCCAT™ Power-Grid is a new application for your smartphone that lets you use it to control your PC games and computer. Power-Grid consists of two parts: the Power-Grid app for your smartphone, and the Power-Grid Launcher program for your PC, which connects your smartphone and PC and lets you build control blocks and customize your grids.
After an initial beta test, Power-Grid will be available for download in the Apple App Store and, later, in the Android Marketplace.
Once we’ve completed the beta test, you’ll be able to download this program to your PC from www.roccat.org.
At the moment, Power-Grid works with the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch iOS devices. But soon it will be available for Android smartphones. The Power-Grid Launcher – which allows your smartphone to communicate with your PC – works on any standard PC with WLAN capability.
Power-Grid is completely free to get started. If you’d like to use more than the initial four start-up tabs, you can buy more at the Apple App Store or the Android Marketplace.
No. Not only is Power-Grid free, but it also works with any PC hardware. ROCCAT™, however, is soon going to introduce products designed specifically for the Power-Grid – devices designed to thrill gamers with their interplay of smartphone technology and advanced gaming hardware.
Unfortunately Apple computer users will have to wait a bit longer before getting their hands on Power-Grid.
Currently all iPhone models and the iPod touch work with Power-Grid. Soon after the launch of the Android version, we’ll be able to make smartphone recommendations for that OS.
The Power-Grid smartphone app communicates with the PC-based Power-Grid Launcher using your Wi-Fi connection.
After installing it on your PC, use the Power-Grid Launcher’s simple-to-use editor to easily create your own blocks and grids.
We're working at full speed to get the ROCCAT™ Phobo and ROCCAT™ Apuri 2.0 on the market. We expect a release date for both products sometime shortly after Q4 of 2013.
A tablet version for all systems is in progress and should be ready around Q4 of 2013.