New Wireless 'Portal' For Wireless Connection Charging Released By Ignition Design

Posted: May 12 2016, 2:05am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

New wireless 'Portal' for wireless connection charging released by Ignition Design

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For all those suffering from bad wireless connections while streaming and playing games, there is good news. The new wireless hub called Portal helps to charge the wireless connection as the crowdfunding has made success this week.

About $ 160,000 will be utilized for starting its production within the next 60 days and people will be able to stream HD videos or play games without any buffering at all. The creators Ignition Design have priced it at a starting $139 value.

Since Wi-Fi usage has increased too much over the past 5 years, hence the need for data usage has also increased up to more than 100 pc while the technology supporting it, is still behind. Factors such as poor performance of traffic and congestion haven’t been solved by the router manufacturers as well.

This way spectrum turbocharging technology shall help to have more than 300 pc access in comparison to the limited radio airwaves devices and the performance shall increase by 300 pc too. The range will include settings like homes and multi apartments for the time being though.

The campaign however is live at Kickstarter for all enthusiasts to know of.

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