Sporting no cables, OnHub is made to be shown off, is IoT-friendly, and won't let your connection down

Google has already entered the consumer Internet space with its limited roll-out of ISP services. It's making another big entrance with OnHub, a Wi-Fi router designed with both form and function in mind.

From a form standpoint, the cylindrical router features all-internal wiring with neither cords nor lights on the exterior, both of which the Google design team considered eyesores. This beauty-forward device is intended to encourage consumers to place it more centrally in their homes—and away from corners and shelves which can reduce Wi-Fi signal quality.

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