ROCCAT Reveals Its Very First Mechanical Keyboard: Ryos
The company's also using CES to launch Power-Grid, which converts a smartphone into a fully customizable remote control for the PC. Users can set up different grids to control, for example custom settings for Windows, Skype, Media Player or games. The app provides pre-set grids for several games, but it also lets users set up their own grids that fit their individual needs. And not only does the Power-Grid control the PC – it works in reverse as well. The app can provide the user with additional information on his smartphone touchscreen. For instance, maps or high scores can be displayed. The user can call up the central news feeds from different hardware and gaming sites via the now standard integrated Media-Grid.
Pricing information remains a mystery, but the new gear should ship to the U.S. market very soon.