Google Partners With ASUS For OnHub Wi-Fi At $220

Posted: Oct 28 2015, 10:06am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 28 2015, 9:24pm CDT, in News | Technology News


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If you’ve ever been worried about slow Wi-Fi connections and the complicated cords or settings that sometimes go with its use, Google in partnership with ASUS has come to your rescue – by introducing the OnHub router.

With the OnHub router designed by ASUS, you don’t have to bother with wire connections or the confusing settings that might be way over your head, the device provides you with the best of Wi-Fi experience the way it is designed to be.

According to a Google post by Trond Wuellner, Group Product Manager for OnHub, the OnHub router is designed to be fast and secure, not forgetting the fact that it is very easy to use.

You can put the attractive device out in the open and it will function to the best of your connection interests without any hassle.

Since most Wi-Fi works better when placed outside or in prominent places, you’ll enjoy the easy set-up, simple management, and faster Wi-Fi capability of the ASUS OnHub device, even when used with the Google On app.

But that is not all. Together with the ASUS OnHub, Google is also introducing Wave Control which enables an individual to improve the speed of Wi-Fi for any device just by waving a hand over the OnHub.

Meanwhile, Google is also launching its first software update to boost performance for the ASUS router, and this includes a better antenna algorithm for the device. With this, the OnHub will automatically detect the best antenna for use anywhere you are in the house – kitchen, living room, or patio. And the router updates when you’re not too busy using the device so that it doesn’t interrupt your connection.

The ASUS OnHub is only available for pre-order in the US and Canada for $219.99, but it will be available in other markets very soon.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/52" rel="author">Charles I. Omedo</a>
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