Beautify Google’s OnHub Router With Interchangeable Shells

10 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Google now lets you customize your OnHub router so it blends in with your home.

One of the main selling points at the time was that it was “really ridiculously good looking.” It is, but that’s because it bucks the conventional design routers have had over the past few years.

Not satisfied with just having a unique shape, Google has introduced three interchangeable covers that can be affixed to the device to help it better blend in with your home’s decor. The three covers are the ones produced by Google, but you can buy more colorful ones through the OnHub Makers site, where the company asked artists and designers to come up with their own design.

Ben Brown, product manager for OnHub, wrote that routers aren’t the most sightly thing in the home, but because they function better out in the open, they shouldn’t be hidden away. The new skins, available in white and gold, black and silver, and bamboo, lets Internet users position their router for better function without sacrificing style. These artists will be selling their work on their websites, and Google will be releasing 3D files, patterns, and design guidelines to let you create your own shell if you’re so inclined.

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