Google OnHub Smart WiFi Router with 13 High-powered Antennas

With the collaboration of router manufacturer TP-Link Google has announced OnHub, their first smart WiFi router. With its 13 high powered antennas, the router will provide you reliable WiFi coverage. Cool? Let’s go on for more features.

Google OnHub Smart WiFi Router

The OnHub is an advanced and smart WiFi router that measures 7.5 x 4.1 x 4.6 inches. As shown in the images, the wireless router shows off a portable, cylindrical appearance with gorgeous blue matte coating so you can place it anywhere in your house.

Google OnHub Smart WiFi Router

As a powerful WiFi router, OnHub comes equipped with 13 powerful antennas arranged in a circular pattern in order to provide you an all-around signal coverage. And each antenna is paired with a perpendicularly oriented partner antenna so that your OnHub can select the polarization and deliver the strongest signal for your devices, and it’s capable to automatically find less crowed channels and switch between them for optimal signal transmission. Meanwhile, its front-facing antenna works as a satellite dish to enhance your WiFi range.

Google OnHub Smart WiFi Router

As a smart router, OnHub can prioritize your favorite device and send more bandwidth to the device. No doubt, the feature ensures your movie streaming is undisturbed when other devices also use your bandwidth. Furthermore, the wireless router also features a dedicatedly designed app that helps you set up, manage your OnHub, prioritize your device, you even can use it to test your network. Apart from that, automatic update ensure your OnHub always works in its best condition.

The OnHub smart WiFi router has been available for preorder for $199.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Google Store for its more details. Additionally, also don’t miss eero wireless router and other cool stuff by following tags.

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