A WIFI router and clock that mines too
The BM1485 ASIC chip
An ASIC chip to mine Scrypt conis
The BM1485 chip, the first Litecoin Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) chip in more than two years, is designed by the same team that designs the world’s most power-efficient ASIC chips for mining of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
and ergonomic design
Surf the internet or mine from anywhere anytime!
The table-top form factor and ergonomic design of the R3-LTC makes it easy to carry and set up wireless internet access wherever internet is available.
Litecoin miner and lottery
A WiFi router that mines a small yet steady stream of Litecoins
The R3-LTC’s power consumption is comparable to that of an average WiFi router yet, just by staying powered on like your existing WiFi router, it brings you a chance every 2.5 minutes to win 25 Litecoins!
Even if you don’t win the jackpot, you still continue to get a small steady stream of coins based on the network difficulty of the Scrypt coin being mined.
2.4G wireless router
Supports the 2.4G WiFi standard and a WiFi speed up to 150Mbps
R3-LTC is also a 2.4G wireless router that supports PPPoE, WEP/WPA/WPA2 encryption and a WiFi transmission rate of upto 150Mbps.
A powerful and user-friendly firmware
Employs the open-source OpenWrt firmware
The user interface of the R3-LTC uses a web version of the open-source and powerful OpenWrt firmware to deliver a smooth user experience with various customization options.
A sleek LED clock
Glossy front panel with a built-in LED clock
The R3-LTC has a glossy front panel that not only looks great on a desk but also has a built-in bright LED clock that displays the time, even in the dark. The ergonomic design makes the table-top clock easy to watch in a work environment.
Many Scrypt coins, any pool
Tested for Litecoin but ready to mine other Scrypt coins
Although the R3-LTC has only been tested to mine Litecoin, it can theoretically mine any Scrypt coin! Furthermore, you can mine on any mining pool you choose, a significant enhancement over the earlier AntRouter R1.