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Google aims to ease your Wi-Fi pains with their new OnHub Router

Wi-Fi made easy, finally.
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Wi-Fi routers may just take the crown when it comes to devices that never quite work the way they're supposed to. You're probably used to resetting your router or regularly replacing it with something you hope works better, but Google plans to change that with their new OnHub Router. 

The whole idea behind OnHub is to simplify your wireless internet connection. The router keeps your connection fully optimized and secure, keeping your connection fast and seamless without you ever having to poke and prod at it to just get it to work. The router also works with a companion app to easily let you check on your network and see what device are connected and how much bandwidth they're using. Simply put, you won't need a networking certification to keep your home's internet speedy and problem-free. 

$199, Google

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