Earlier in March, Roccat gave us all a sneak peak of its upcoming Power-Grid smartphone application. Working independently or together with the company's peripherals, the iOS/Android application offers users a variety of touchscreen widgets and controls for ultimate gaming assistance. This week, the company made its way over to Gamescom to demo the product's progress.On Thursday, Engadget was lucky enough to get their hands on the company's nearly-finished application. While the Android version wasn't as refined, the team was able to test out four of the Power-Grid PC control widgets and three of the app's game-specific screens. New from the company's preview in March was an entire screen dedicated to controlling the customized lighting on Roccat's mouse and keyboard.
With game-specific widgets for popular titles such as Starcraft II, Counter-Strike and League of Legends, Razer's newly released Deathstalker Ultimate with switchblade user interface may have some serious competition. Roccat's Power-Grid won't be released until December, but until then you can stare at some juicy photos and video from Engadget's hands-on.