Google Introducing OnHub

Google in collaboration with TP-LINK has officially revealed its latest and greatest product, as well as the latest member joining its Internet of Things projects, the OnHub, delivering an all-new "different kind of router for a new way to Wi-Fi".

OnHub features Qualcomm IPQ8064 Dual-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz, 1GB DDR3L RAM, 4GB internal storage, 8MB NOR flash, 13 smart antennas with support for 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi, USB3.0 port, 3W Speaker, Ambient light sensor, Six tri-color arrays LEDs, Wireless security WPA2-PSK, Bluetooth Smart Ready, Weave, and 802.15.4

The router comes in 7.5-inch tall and 4.6-inch diameter, with auto-updates, support for speeds up to 1900 Mbps, , and Google On app that allow users to test the speed of their connection, track connected devices to their Wi-Fi, troubleshoot it at home or away, as well as Black and Blue color options.

According to Google "At the end of the day, we want our Wi-Fi to just work, so that we can do all the things we love to do online. Here’s to Wi-Fi with the reliability, speed, and security you want at home, without the frustrations you don’t".

The Google OnHub is now available to pre-order in US for $199.99 through the company's online store, TP-LINK, Amazon, Walmart, Newegg, and Frys, while retail stores in US and Canada will get it in the coming weeks.

Check out Google OnHub Intro.