Google has announced OnHub, their new home wireless router. Meant to address modern problems with WiFi, OnHub has 13 internal antennas to cover 802.11ac (and previous WiFi standards), Bluetooth, 802.15.4, Weave, with Gigabit WAN and LAN ports. OnHub is created by partnering with TP-LINK to make a smart hub that auto-selects the best WiFi channel, provides auto-QoS, and provides more information for troubleshooting. Up to 128 devices can connect to the OnHub simultaneously. You can view the full specs at https://on.google.com/hub/
There is also an ASUS version coming later this year.
Reducing frustrations also comes through using the Google On app to control and diagnose problems with your Internet connection. Sadly, my problems tend to lie more with my ISP than my internal network. I’m still considering the OnHub but I wish it supported VPN connections to it, which is not advertised anywhere.