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Almond+ : 802.11ac Touchscreen WiFi Router + Smart home Hub

A project in Taipei, Taiwan by SECURIFI
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Blazing Fast 802.11ac WiFi - 1.17Gb/s. Compatible with 100's of Z-Wave & ZigBee smart sensors. All in one exquisitely designed device.
Backers: 7606
Average Pledge Per Backer: $112

Funded: $855,625 of $250,000
Dates: Jan 23rd -> Mar 9th (45 days)
Project By: SECURIFI
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