Earlier in the week, Google unveiled its latest Wi-Fi OnHub Router designed to solve connectivity issues that we face on an everyday basis. Despite the technological advancements over all these years, problems associated with routers continue.

What is Google's OnHub Router?OnHub features a unique antenna design, a smart software and an associated app that helps to adjust the router’s settings. All of this is meant to enable better networking facilities.

This is a sleek device with a cylindrical design. You can easily keep it on your table or shelf. The device is already available on Google Store. When you have Google’s OnHub router, W-Fi connectivity is enhanced.

Google OnHub has 13 Wi-Fi antennas placed in a circular manner. It uses a 1.4 GHz dual core processor to attain an expected speed of 1900 megabits per second. 

The router has been developed with China-based computer networking company TP-LINK.