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Wifi AC Google On Hub TP-Link

Upgrading our home wireless network with AC speeds on 2.4Ghz & 5.Ghz via 13 antenna in a Goggle On Hub by TP-Link! 

Lets take a deep zoom into this unit thanks to our friends at iFixit for the teardown photos :) 

The best part was that almost anyone could set up the On Hub! Google made it simple to use!

A computer inside! Look at the specs, this thing is loaded with technology! It even uses a special antenna to do wireless network congestion analysis and beam forming compensation! USB 3 and Bluetooth 4.0, it even features a ring of 5 color changing LED's and a 3 watt speaker that has potential!

Dual-core 1.4 GHz CPU
4 GB e-MMC flash storage
IEEE 802.11 b/g/n/ac
Dual band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz 12-antenna array
Congestion-sensing radio and antenna
USB 3.0 port + Bluetooth 4.0
1 GB DDR3L RAM



Check out all the parts.....


Check out that ring of Antenna, speaker and LED rink, the network congestion analysis antenna, well designed heat sink and boards, the construction is solid, the overall design is elegant. Intuitive and easy to setup, it gives solid wifi performance. The Android Google On Hub app was easy to setup on my phone as I already have a google account! It was by far the easiest wifi router I have ever setup!


** Update Review **

A few weeks of testing and the TP-Link On Hub Google router is working great. I even disconnected two of my old routers (power saving) and everything seems to work fine! The antenna array in the On Hub more than able to keep all my gear hooked up over wifi simultaneously! An Amazon Echo Dot $39.99 Cyber Monday/ Black Friday Week discount was the latest addition to the network :)

Your wifi router is like a small cell phone tower that keeps your devices hooked up wirelessly to the internet! What you do with this access to information reflects what you are thinking about, which in turn affects how you use the internet, a feedback loop forms, the tertiary extension of you forms online thereby, your digital footprint left behind in a cloud somewhere, future generations will learn from this long after you are gone! We are making history!













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