Update: Sold out at Amazon, but available for the same price at B&H.
Google’s second OnHub router packed in plenty of smarts, but was a tough sell at its original $220 MSRP. But could you be tempted for $160? That’s a pretty solid price point for any high end 802.11ac router, let alone one with intuitive app control, and the ability to enable certain functions by waving your hand over the top.
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