The folks at iFixit have given Google's OnHub router a proper tear down, revealing a number of rectangular pieces inside the cylinder shaped shell. It's not everyday that we get to check out what's inside the pieces of technology that we use, and see what makes them work the way that they do. The iFixit team does a great job breaking it down, showing the 10 plus chips that are used to power the router, the 12 cables used to connect the components and much more.
If you are interested in seeing all the components that make up Google's OnHub router, hit the link below. Don't forget, you can also purchase the new router now for $199.