Google Launches Smart Wi-Fi Router OnHub

WiFi RouterGoogle launched OnHub, a wi-fi router with partner TP-LINK. It is a different kind of router for a new way to wi-fi with a fast, secure, and easy to use interface.

Trond Wuellner, Group Product Manager stated via a Blog Post:

“At the end of the day, we want our Wi-Fi to just work, so that we can do all the things we love to do online. Here’s to Wi-Fi with the reliability, speed, and security you want at home, without the frustrations you don’t.”

Designed for the Home

OnHub router can also be placed in the open, since unruly cords and blinking lights are replaced with internal antennas and subtle, useful lighting.

Starts Fast, Stays Fast

OnHub searches the airwaves and selects the finest channel for the fastest connection during setup. 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.

A simple mobile app

From the Google On app that available on Android or iOS, it is easier to set up and manage your Wi-Fi. The app also notifies thatu how much bandwidth your devices are using, with a network check. For an issue with your Wi-Fi, suggestions are always given.

Getting Better

OnHub can support smart devices that you bring into your home in the future, whether they use Bluetooth® Smart Ready, Weave, or 802.15.4. Also, a plan to design new OnHub devices with other hardware partners will also be taken into consideration.

Here’s the video :

In coming weeks, OnHub will be available for sale in retail stores in the U.S. and Canada. The price finalized for this smart wifi router is $199, and can be preordered from pre-order for $199.99 from online retailers in the U.S. that includes the Google Store, Amazon, and


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