CNET First Look
Starry wants to make the future of Wi-Fi routers and the future of wireless InternetStarry Station is a smart home hub that helps keep your stuff connected. Starry Internet is a brand new wireless broadband service on the horizon. We take a peek in New York.
[MUSIC] A smarter home Internet router, who doesn't want that? Starry has created Starry Station. This is coming out in early March and is being available for preorder now February 5th, for $350 this is a home device that lets you know your Internet health. This little compacitive touch screen here is ambient, shows you all the things connected in your home. Including how well they're connected, and how much data they're using. It will show you your internet speeds. It will allow you to change your password and network names easily. It will even recommend The switch where two point four gigahertz to five gigahertz if it senses that the usage has shifted. That's not the only thing that Star is selling, their only getting into high speed broadband wireless. Their gonna access it by buying one of these Starry points this is going to receive the wireless transmission that's being sent from hubs Starry will begin testing its wireless broadband service in Boston this summer. In order to access it, you're going to need a Starry point. You set this up in your home, and this is the antenna that receives the signal. And this is what Starry Internet will broadcast from at various points, so you can connect to it with your Starry points. We'll be able to test that out any time soon, unless you live in Boston, but stay tuned. Started at a hole. Top to bottom. Internet the home hub system ready to go for you. [MUSIC]