OnHub, Google’s All New Faster WiFi
Early this week Google surprised everyone with the announcement of launching of their partner TP-LINK. Googles new router which will be prices at $199.99, the OnHub router promises to do away with many of the issues you’ve likely experienced with your existing router. Some of the issues that Google has promised to extinguish are; videos buffering and connections randomly dropping out and Wi-Fi slowing to a crawl. This will stop the constant unplugging the device, waiting a minute or so, plugging it back in, and then hoping for the best, which we all know rarely ever works.
Googles all new OnHub routers will “give you Wi-Fi that’s fast, secure, and easy to use.” Google said they have made the setup easy and the device automatically scans your local airwaves to find the best channel for you. Google has also announced that they have a unique antenna that is designed to automatically adjusting OnHub to avoid interference and keep your network at peak performance. Along with the easy setup, this router will also automatically install updates and new features as they are released.
This router is also designed so it is controlled by a single mobile app that can run on either a Android or iOS device. Once you have the app installed on your device you are able to manage all of your devices and check up on your network. You can also do a variety of other unique things as well; such as quickly send your WiFi passwords to your friends.
You can get the new router now! It is available in the U.S. on the Google Store, Amazon, and even on Walmart.com. Google announced they will also have it in retail stores in both U.S. and Canada soon!