Google launches OnHub, a simple, expensive Wi-Fi router

Hate your finicky Wi-Fi router? Google does too, apparently

Google announced Tuesday that it’s making a Wi-Fi router called OnHub, which is designed to alleviate the typical frustrations of buggy routers. It is partnering with TP-Link for the $199 router, available for immediate preorder.

Google’s preorder page already lists it as out of stock.

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In terms of design, the OnHub doesn’t really look like any router before it. It eschews the usual antennas, wires and blinking lights for a large cylindrical shape with just one large light at the top Read more…

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