The tech giant, Google, brings something new to the table: Google WiFi. This network system provided by Google is much cheaper that other network systems available on the market now. Google WiFi promises that there will be no area in your home where the internet has a bad signal. Google assures its users that they will be able to enjoy a good internet signal in every corner of their home.
In order to provide great internet all over the house, Google works with a technology known as a mesh network. This means that there are more than 2 routers in order to create the connection necessary to make a mesh network. Google WiFi actually comes with three units.
The best thing about this new internet system is that it is cheap compared to the others. For instance, the Luma system is $400 while the pack made by 3 units from Google is only $300. There are also other systems which are even more expensive. For instance Eero systems cost more than $500 each.
Another interesting fact about this network system is that you can purchase the units one by one if you want. Each piece costs $129 which means that it is wise to buy all three together because the price is smaller.
In order to make it easier for users to setup the router, Google created a special app for iOS and Android users. This makes the job easier for the users. Those who tried it mentioned that it is a small process that takes less than 15 minutes.
The fact that there is a special app designed for Google WiFi is great because users can monitor the connection and see if all three units are working properly. A user can also program the units to stop providing the internet for a few hours.
The best feature of this network system is that there can be more than 20 devices connected to the WiFi. This means that everybody can enjoy the connection and still have the necessary speed. The only bad thing that some users observed while testing this network system is that it doesn’t have a USB port. Apart from this, most of the reviews mentioned that it is a good and cheap network system.
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