Now the company is extending that strategy to hardware. With OnHub, a Wi-Fi router designed to be placed on a table or countertop in the center of your home, Google promises to speed up everyone’s internet connection—and make setup easier. This router packs impressive specs, 1900 Mbps speeds over 13 antennae (six 2.4 GHz, six 5.0 GHz, and one "congestion-sensing" antenna). Most consumer routers top off at 300 Mbps, so OnHub would be a leap for the average consumer. It also has 4GB of on-router storage for updates and software, which is the most interesting part of Google's newest hardware.