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Google once again presented the second WiFi router line OnHub. Tthis time Google has chosen ASUS as a partner for the design and construction of the device to connect a constantly growing number of devices (smartphones, tablets, desktops, laptops, smartwatch, smart home products etc.) to your home WiFi network serves up a router. That’s why Google has chosen to give life to the line OnHub, launched during the summer with the model created by TP-LINK and now has added a new product branded ASUS. A device that combines uncompromising performance in terms of connectivity and attention to design.

First of all it is a beautiful object which can be exposed without embarrassment. No getting around it: the traditional multi-antenna routers usually do not shine in design. ASUS OnHub reminiscent of a flower vase and integrates an LED (tri-color) at the bottom.


From a technical perspective it shares much with the TP-Link. It supports standard Wi-Fi 802.11a / b / g / n / ac, operating simultaneously at the frequencies 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, integrated WAN ports, LAN and USB 3.0. The heart then hardware is based on a dual core CPU 1.4 GHz with 4 GB of e-MMC Flash and 1GB of storage space. Also thanks to the specific app for iOS and Android allows the management of each parameter in real time. Not counting the possibility of future upgrades to increase the functionality.

The key, however, is linked to quality “Wave Control”, a system that enables passing his hand on the device. In practice it is prioritized traffic of a specific device connected wirelessly – via previously established app. For example in the evening you might decide that you need to promote your Smart TV connected streaming, shifting the emphasis from tablets and smartphones.
The configuration of the antennas and proprietary algorithm, identify the best combination to enhance the transmission in the home. Asus OnHub is currently available only in the US at a price of $


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