Google Wi-Fi Router OnHub Promises To Solve Wi-Fi Woes

Google Wi-Fi Router OnHub Promises To Solve Wi-Fi Woes
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Google has introduced OnHub, the smart-looking Wi-Fi router that promises to solve all your Internet-related problems. The cylindrical OnHub is up for pre-sale and it will be shipped in the coming weeks.


Google has found out that people face problem with their wireless router. Trond Wuellner, a Google product manager, said, “We spent a lot of time with people who were having all kinds of trouble with their Wi-Fi.”

The slow connection and errors at times make life horrible for users. Fixing it up is also a great deal and takes out all energy.

Google OnHub in partnership with TP-Link will provide secured, fast and easy wireless connection. The design is marking a change. The cylindrical design looks smart.

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You can keep the router anywhere in the room without thinking it will look bad. Google has found out that keeping the router on the shelf rather than on the floor makes the connection faster, and thus, this design makes sense.

The lighting on the top makes it look good. You can keep it open in the room and let it perform well. The Google Wi-Fi router is currently available in black and blue but the company will be presenting more colors to suit the décor of your home.

Functionality of OneHub

Onehub is designed to start fast. When you setup the router, it will search airwaves and select the one that has the best connection. The unique antenna will make sure that the router works without interference. There is an option to prioritize the device where major uploads and downloads take place.

The OneHub router works well with the mobile app. You just need to download Google On from your Android or iDevice. You can check the bandwidth or connectivity and run a network check when needed.

The Google Wi-Fi router is available at a price of $199.

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