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The Google Wifi is the latest networking product from Google and is made by Google entirely.
It includes three idential units.
Each unit has one Gigabit LAN port (for a wired client) and one Gigiabit WAN port to connect to an internet source, such as a broadband modem.
It uses USB-C as a power connector.
The three units can work together to form a home mesh network that delivers Wi-Fi to some 5,000 square feet.
Each unit is small and well-designed to blend in with the environemnt, making it easy to find a place for it in the house.
There's a reset button on the side of each unit.
The Google Wifi is available now, costing $299 (£235, AU$400) for a set of three units. You can also get just a single unit for $129 (£100, AU$170).
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