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Google Unveils OnHub, a Wi-Fi Router for the Smart-Home Era

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Google Unveils OnHub, a Wi-Fi Router for the Smart-Home Era

Google OnHub is a WiFi router for home, the latest gadget introduced by Google after revealing the latest version of Android Marshmallow . Google launched this router back on Tuesday. This device can be used as a domestic device. It can be used as a device and services can be enjoyed all over the home.

Google Unveils OnHub, a Wi-Fi Router for the Smart-Home Era

The router is cute-looking because of its cylindrical shape and is named On-Hub. The device can be pre-ordered online by Google Store, Amazon.com and Walmart.com at a reasonable price of only $199.9. The router has built-in antennas that will detect the signals to carry a spontaneous connection, as Google mentioned in their official blog.

Users of this router will have an edge to prioritize a device so that they can enjoy swift internet speed also for heavy-data activities for instance downloading heavy content or streaming a video. The router can be connected up to Google’s On app, available on Android and iOS, to have a check on Network access and to keep a track of data used in terms of bandwidth.

The router is being fabricated by network organization TP-LINK, Google said, implying that ASUS could be the second assembling partner for the item.

The item is launched after Google rebuilt itself by making Alphabet Inc, a holding organization to pool its numerous subsidiaries and separate the center web promoting business from fresher endeavors like fully automated cars. Making of this device is also a part of Smart Home project.

The worldwide business sector for “Internet of Things” and the idea of associating family unit gadgets to the Internet, will about triple to $1.7 trillion by 2020, examination firm International Data Corp said in June.

Technology firms including Intel Corp, Cisco Systems, Samsung Electronics and telecom monsters Vodafone and Verizon are wagering vigorously on Internet gadget joined homes for future income and benefit.

Google has likewise been taking a shot at furnishing quicker Internet with its Google Fiber service in some US urban communities.

It likewise intends to extend the compass of the Internet through Project Loon, under which it is skimming floating balloons 20 kilometers over the Earth’s surface to pillar Internet association with country and remote zones just like Facebook did with their Internet drones which is also ready to launch.

Google also announced that the device will automatically update with latest features and security updates when connected to internet just like browsers and Android update automatically.