We know that one of the fixes for slow wifi is to keep your router out in the open, but most are so ugly. Google & TP-Link launched the OnHub wifi router back in August, and even in basic navy or black, it was an aesthetic upgrade from your standard cable company option. Today, Google announced even better-looking shells for the unit, plus a marketplace where makers have created one-of-a-kind covers, effectively turning it into art.
While the new Google-produced shells come in gold/white, silver/black, and bamboo, the unique pieces are limited only by the artists' creativity:
The custom covers are available on the OnHub Maker site, where you can also download 2D and 3D plans to create your very own cover.