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SevenRE’s Kickstarter Streams Games Across All Your Devices.

Ever wished you could take your rig to work, vacation, lectures, the store, now you can.

SWYO “Stream What You Own”, SevenRE’s latest kick-starter lets you stream games, music and other forms of multimedia from your main PC, to a laptop, desktop, tablet or smartphone. Just install server software and you’re good to go. If you’re thinking this is old news, that’s where you’re wrong. Unlike its competitors SWYO lets you harness the full potential of your rig on an average laptop, desktop, tablet etc., meaning you could beat that boss, meet that deadline and watch that movie anywhere.

SWYO’s browser based architecture removes OS restrictions enabling a cross platform experience, really ends the Mac, Windows, Linux PC wars. Its mobile app allows gaming on the go, harnessing your PC’s performance on your smartphone. A stable connection of (3G/LTE/Wifi) with 6 Mbps+ download is preferred though if you’re on your home network you can smash it.

It features ultra low latency, high quality audio and video streaming at 1080p, a pass the controller option to let friends have a go, a personal cloud for all your goodies and top notch encryption to keep them safe. Multi-Access for remote devices with custom privileges, ideal for online collaboration. The host PC can be powered up remotely eliminating the need for 24hr operation. SWYO caters to everyone from teachers to students, professional to novice, if you wished current cloud and remote support services were better SWYO’s the answer.

Here’s a look at SWYO in action:

Excited yet? There are tons of uses for SWYO, really want to see it take off, if you’re thinking the same head on over to their kick-starter page.

Val Melius

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