Google Wifi router helps your internet flow through the home more easily
This is Google Wi-fi.
It is Google's latest router based on the existing on hub system.
So it's backwards compatible if you have an on hub router itself.
And it's modular so you can add many different things around the house that you can add as you need them.
In order to improve your network coverage.
So it does this with mesh network.
Similar to how the Era works.
Now, the device itself is really small, compact, and lightweight.
It is $129.
In terms of ports on it, you get a WAN and a LAN port, as well as a USB-C, which delivers power, and [UNKNOWN] So, theoretically, you can use it to tether to a PC, without needing the Wi-Fi itself There are three different light colors that tell you exactly what's going on with the router and everything is set up through the mobile app.
It is $129 for one unit of the Google WiFi and you can buy a three pack for $299.
And you can find out more about the Google WiFi at CNET.com.
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