So far this Black Friday week has been good to us in terms of deals,but not everyone is looking for a new smartphone or a new accessory of some kind. Something a lot of people might have had their eye on for some time - given their importance in the modern home these days - is a new WiFi router. With so many to choose from, and so many of them offering the same sort of specs as the option to the left and right of them, it can be difficult to see which path is the best route to choose when buying a new WiFi router. Which is why the OnHub routers, developed by Google and produced by the likes of ASUS and TP-Link are worth looking into, even more so now they're on sale.
As Android Police noted earlier on, both the ASUS and TP-Link OnHub routers are on sale today, with both of them getting $75 or so shaved off of their original prices. For those unfamiliar with OnHub routers, it's Google's way of creating great routers that not only look good, but behave in a more pleasant manner, to. Configurable from a slick Android app, these OnHub router pack the usual 802.11 a/g/g/n and dual-band AC specs as other routers, all the while packing in some very clever antenna tech, too. The aim with these routers is for them to work smarter, not harder, and they will continue to do that with the new Google WiFi device sons ale from Google themselves. These can be used to create a mesh network throughout your entire home. These options from ASUS and TP-Link however, are great options at their near-$125 price tag, and will make for excellent routers, regardless of whether or not you choose to upgrade them with Google Home add-ons down the line.