Google says it is increasing its router “family” with a new OnHub made in partnership with Asus.
search giant first OnHub router , made with TP-Link, launched just a few months ago, in August, with Google say while he was trying to do the router that was easy install, use and manage with the application, as well as providing a Wi-Fi in a cylindrical model that you do not need to hide away.
“We have replaced unruly cords and flashing lights with internal antenna and slim, useful coverage, so you’ll be happy to accommodate OnHub in the open, where your router is it better,” Google said at the launch of TP-Link OnHub.
New Asus OnHub also sports the same kind of cylindrical and functions as TP-Link OnHub, but adds an interesting gesture recognition.
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control function Wave Asus OnHub router is recognizing when you wave your hand over it, allowing you to prioritize Wi-Fi to a particular device.
It also sports one LAN port and one USB 3.0, it supports 802.11ac Wi-Fi and 5 GHz networks, and can be controlled entirely through Google about the application.
Google also revealed that the rolls of the first software update for its OnHub routers this week, which will include “performance improvements, including new smart algorithm antenna”, which selects the best antenna to send Wi-Fi in for Depending on the location of the device at home.
“OnHub would be wise to choose the best combination of antennas direct Wi-Fi to your devices based on their location and orientation,” said Google.
, Asus OnHub available for pre-order starting today for $219.99.