Google’s OnHub wireless router comes in partnership with TP-LINK. The OnHub is not only meant to enhance your Wifi connection, it’s supposed to look good while doing it. As you can see it has a simplistic cylindrical shape. It has minimal cables, and just one light ring.
Google also says, setting up and managing the OnHub will be easy since it “speaks your language”. I am all for easy setups and management. This will be using the Google On App. You can see which devices are connected and check the network when needed. My favorite feature is how the OnHub can prioritize a device to have the most streaming power.
Technical specs and key features are listed below. Pricing for the OnHub starts at $199. You can preorder today on Amazon and Walmart and of course the Google Play Store.
Pre-order your OnHub HERE
OnHub Wireless Router Specs
Wired Support: 1 Lan port / 1 Wan port / 1 USB 3.0
Wireless Support: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac | Simultaneous 2.4GHz 5.0 GHz
Bluetooth Smart Ready
Hardware: 1024 MB RAM | Flash 4096 MB
System Requirements: iOS 7 and up | Android 4.0 and up
Key Features of OnHub Wireless Router
Designed for the Home
- Many of us keep our router on the floor and out of sight, where it doesn’t work as well. We replaced unruly cords and blinking lights with internal antennas and subtle, useful lighting, so you’ll be happy placing OnHub out in the open, where your router performs its best.
Starts Fast, Stays Fast
- During setup, OnHub searches the airwaves and selects the best channel for the fastest connection. A unique antenna design and smart software keep working in the background, automatically adjusting OnHub to avoid interference and keep your network at peak performance. You can even prioritize a device, so that your most important activity — like streaming your favorite show — gets the fastest speed.
A simple mobile app
- OnHub makes it simple to set up and manage your Wi-Fi, all from the Google On app, available on Android or iOS. The Google On app tells you how much bandwidth your devices are using, lets you run a network check, and if there’s an issue with your Wi-Fi, the app offers suggestions to help. And, instead of lost passwords and sticky notes, it even reveals your password with a single tap and lets you text or email it to friends.
Just gets better
OnHub automatically updates with new features and the latest security upgrades, without interrupting your connection. In the future, OnHub can support smart devices that you bring into your home, whether they use Bluetooth® Smart Ready, Weave, or 802.15.4. We also plan to design new OnHub devices with other hardware partners in the future. Stay tuned for news from our second partner, ASUS, later this year.