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Wolflink: Smart Wi-Fi Router, an All-in-One Connection Hub for Your Home Automation and Security

A wireless router with Android OS provides system-level security allowing users to decide what passes through their home network any time, anywhere. HONG KONG, CHINA, November 19, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Wireless router with Android OS, Wolflink, p...


November 19, 2014  


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A wireless router with Android OS provides system-level security allowing users to decide what passes through their home network any time, anywhere. HONG KONG, CHINA, November 19, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Wireless router with Android OS, Wolflink, provides system-level security allowing users to decide what passes through their home network any time, anywhere. Wolflink Inc, (www.wolflinks.com) a pioneer provider of networking solutions, announced its a high-performance all-in-one smart router WL0722 which allows users to master their home network, controlling all electronic devices connected. "The smart piece is as large as an iPhone," said Roland Jiang, the Marketing Director of Wolflink, "This is where elegant design meets with simplicity. " As a router, Wolflink provides uncompromised performance of up to 300Mbps and maximum 200 meters Wi-Fi radius. What's more, Wolflink is the router that can do more than just routing-it enables home automation. By using smart phones, users can view and manage the devices accessing to the network. Typically, a single connected device can be accelerated to prevent from other occupied bandwidth and congested channels. Parents will find it important and practical that they can control the amount of on-line time their children have and what specific sites they have access. They can also monitor their online activity, block inappropriate websites, and prevent them from midnight access. Wolflink is also unique in that it has the built-in intelligent warning system that quickly identifies Wi-Fi squatters and kicks them out. There will be no second chance for such visitors which will be tagged automatically by the intelligent system. Roland and his team are looking to raise US$20,000 on Indiegogo to get Wolflink mass production up and running. A pledge of US$39 will put you lucky in line for the first 100 routers with US$40 off the retailing price and no shipping fee. Contributors to the campaign can also choose from more range of package options and should visit the campaign page for all the details at http://igg.me/at/wolflink.

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