There's not really a lot you can say about a router. Ideally, you want to set it up once, tuck it away in the corner and forget about it. What makes the OnHub a conversation starter are the style, the price, the ease of use and its future potential.
If you bought a Google OnHub router, or are thinking about it, you'll need to get familiar with the Google On app. We've taken a few minutes and went through everything you need to know to help get you started.
Most modern routers and other home networking equipment allow you to set a specific connected device to have a higher priority than other devices on the network. Google's OnHub routers support this, and they call it a Priority Device, and it easy to set one for a specific amount of time.
I finally got around to looking at the ASUS OnHub router. Google wasn't lying when they say it's better looking than the Sputnik-inspired dual-band router with multiple antennas and plenty of blinking things that I'm using now. But here we are, a day later, and I'm not using it.
The OnHub router promises to whisk your Wi-Fi woes away, while the iBackPack crams more technology into a bag than should be reasonably allowed. There are more Android gadgets than that this week. Dive in!
Google is launching a new series of smart hardware devices under the OnHub brand. The first product is a Wi-Fi router developed in partnership with TP-LINK. The OnHub router is designed to be easy to set up and use and is supposed to offer users better wireless connections.