Google have always been in demand due to its products and services which keeps getting better and better now and then. Even today it surprised us by introducing OnHub Router via its partner TP-LINK. This all new router pledges faster Wi-Fi and sorts out many issues people have experienced with their existing router. The Wi-Fi speed suddenly starts to tootle video buffering and the network shuts down, etc. to make the Wi-Fi work, you unplug the device, wait for it process and then again you plug it in, hoping that it may work now. All these issues can be sorted out with this new OnHub Router by Google.
Google pledges strongly with its new innovation OnHub Router that will give Faster Wi-Fi, secure, and user-friendly. The company says setup is easy and the device automatically scans your local airwaves to find the best channel for you. “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,” Google says.
The OnHub router will also automatically install updates and new features as they are released.
Predictably, the OnHub Router is controlled by a single mobile app that can be managed on Android and iOS. From there, you can manage all of your devices and check up on your network. This app also provides you to quickly send your Wi-Fi passwords to your friends.
The OnHub Router is designed in a very appealing manner similar to Nexus Q, which is beautiful than the other common routers.
The new router is now available in the U.S. on the Google Play Store, as well as at Amazon, and Walmart.com. OnHub Router is on its way to reach the retail market in the U.S. and Canada very soon. Google is planning to launch a similar device with ASUS soon.
OnHub Router definitely comes under the section of luxury products, as it is estimated around $200. The buying power is still in the hands of the consumers, lets hope how this product will survive in terms of selling. To use Faster Wi-Fi, companies have to innovate or build that much data, games or other functions for the consumers to make them worth buying.
Lets hope for the best.