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.

| Jun 1, 2015 at 10:33 pm CDT

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

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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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