Are you sick of ugly-looking routers that gorge out wires everywhere and blatantly stands out like a sore, unless it’s tactfully hidden behind décor? If you’re after simpler looking, far more aesthetically pleasing and technologically advanced router for your home, then you must checkout out Google’s OnHub !
It’s a sleek router developed by Google in joint coalition with TP-Link, and it was unveiled just recently. This sleek $200 router revolutionizes the way routers are setup and employed by getting rid of the pesky wiring that often makes people want to hide their routers, even at the cost of effectiveness and range.
It’s sleek, black vase or cup like design makes it ideal for displaying out in the open, it’s a router you won’t be ashamed to display. There is no messy interference from wires or other external connectors. It packs an internal antenna and transmitter in within its sleek, and subtle black case. The router can provide instant access to the WiFi password and other pertinent details with just a single tap of the device.
Source – Google