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Google Announces WiFi Home Wireless Mesh Router

2016-10-06 03:22 by


As part of its big hardware event on Tuesday, Google announced a new router that's designed to maximize home network speed and coverage. Dubbed Google WiFi, the router looks like any other WiFi router, but offers more user-friendly set-up process.

Google Wifi is a modular, expandable system. In order to take advantage of the router's features, users will have to set up around three units of Google WiFi. In this regard, Google's product is similar to the Eero and Luma routers that are already on the market.

A single unit costs $129, while a bundle of three sells for $299. The company starts taking preorders in November, with delivery scheduled for December.

This is not Google's first foray into routers — last year it introduced the OnHub system.

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