Google has released its own router OnHub


Google has decided that the world needed another router. Such a router that will never fail or lose touch with your mobile device, and indeed it should stand out from the gray mass of other routers for its stability and reliability. The router is called OnHub.

In fact, OnHub is a joint development by Google and TP-LINK. To make the device not evident, it was made of a cylindrical shape and completely deprived of our usual blinking lamps. Only the top device is gently highlighted with one of the four color indicators in the form of a ring. Thus, according to the designers of Google, users will not hide it away in a dark closet, respectively the signal will be more stable.

The router supports data transfer rates of up to 1900 megabits per second. It supports all currently existing Wi-Fi protocols, including 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac. OnHub hides inside as much as 13 antennas: six clocked at 2.4 GHz, six – at 5 GHz and one additional antenna that monitors the external noise and overloading of the wireless network. All antennas are placed in a circular manner unique for routers, and in the center between them is built in a circle moving reflector to amplify the signal in that direction, where are most of your devices connected to the Internet.


The router is also equipped with 4 GB of memory, which can be used not only for downloading auto-update, but also to install a variety of useful network applications. At the top of OnHub is a round speaker, which with the help of the special sounds of different tone can remotely configure your Android-based device and transmit to them all the necessary information to connect to the network. Also, the router is equipped with a special passive cooling system that does not allow the device to overheat even in peak times and uninterrupted operation for months.

This pleasure will cost exactly $199. OnHub will be available in two colors: black and blue. You can purchase it in the near future, but you can pre-order the issue today on the websites of the official Google store or shopping site Amazon.