Today’s Deal is on the pre-Google WiFi home router, Google OnHub. Remember OnHub? It debuted back in 2015 and was Google’s first attempt at making home networking easy. They succeeded and made it even better with the second generation of devices that we know as Google WiFi. The good thing is, OnHub is completely compatible with Google WiFi which makes a deal like today’s one to seriously consider.
Right now over at Amazon you can pick up the TP-Link build Google OnHub for $99. That is a saving of $100 from the original price.
Physically the OnHub is a column-shaped device that measures 4.5″ x 7.5″ x 4.0″ and weighs in at 1.9 lbs. In new money that 115 x 190 x 105 mm and .86 kg. Powering the OnHub is a dual-core Qualcomm IPQ8064 with 1GB of RAM and each core running at up to 1.4 GHz and that horsepower for a Wi-Fi access point is important because of the massive antenna array in the device. There is also 4GB of storage built into the unit. There are a total of 13 antennas in it that supports 802.11a/b/g/n/ac for wireless connectivity, a Bluetooth antenna and a Zigbee antenna.