Google wants you to be able to consume more, and faster, so they built a router OnHub, they announced in August.
We were a little surprised by the move, but not shocked, to Google say that they wanted to “give you Wi-Fi, it is fast, safe and easy to use.”
Today, Google and ASUS have announced that they are working together on a version OnHub which will cost you $ 219.99, $ 20 more than the original OnHub company Google (TP-LINK).
Why extra bucks for ASUS to build? Well, he has a great new feature called “Wave Control”, which allows you to speed up your Wi-Fi device-specific, waving your hand over the top of it. It seems like voodoo magic to me, but Google, seems to think it’s working, so we’ll go with that.
In addition to the new OnHub devices, the company announced that it will ship the first software update for devices to help intelligently decide antenna beam used for the Internet your way … based on how you hold them in a room they are in, etc. Schmart.
Both devices are available on Google Play, but ASUS has just pre-order now with the promised release date in early November. They both look like garbage cans at me and I had to play with one. We will inform you when we do, though.