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The CRYORIG Pi is an Internet of Things power supply

CRYORIG has announced a new power supply which can power up, restart or record information all through Wi-Fi and a mobile application
By: Chris Smith | Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Jun 2, 2015 3:33 am

Computex 2015 - Following its all-in-one liquid cooling announcement, CRYORIG has also unveiled its Internet of Things power supply, the CRYORIG Pi.




Featuring 'wake on LAN' capabilities through its patent pending Zero Hassle Hardware Wake technology, CRYORIG claims that this PSU can wake up a remote PC to perform remote desktop functions or wake your PC after a power outage alongside controlling its own fan speed, record energy usage, give electricity bill estimations and more all through a single Wi-Fi connection and a smartphone app.


Being released in gold or platinum 80PLUS certifications and set for release in Summer 2016, this power supply will be launched in 660, 860 and 1000 Watt options.



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