Google WiFi maximizes network coverage at home

Earlier this week Google at its "Made by Google" event unveiled Google WiFi, a connected WiFi system that aims to extend network coverage and get a strong and stable connection throughout your house.

Google WiFi is built on the strengths of the OnHub router, which was introduced last year. It has an expandable system allowing you to add more Google WiFi units at the same time to create a mesh network to cover more areas in your house.

It also features Network Assist technology, which automatically places you on the clearest channel and optimal Wi-Fi band for your device, and as you roam around the house, Network Assist will seamlessly adjust your device to different Google WiFi point, if needed, to avoid dead spots.

It works with a companion app (available for Android and iOS devices) which gives you more control like the ability to pause or cut off WiFi access. The app also shows which devices are connected to the network and how much bandwidth they are using.

Google Wifi will be available for pre-order in the U.S. in November for $129 (Rs. 9,000) for a single pack, and $299 (Rs. 20,000) for a three-pack at the Google Store, Amazon, Best Buy and Walmart. Shipping begins in December


Kaiser Bey
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Google WiFi maximizes network coverage at home Google WiFi maximizes network coverage at home Reviewed by Kaiser on 10/07/2016 05:16:00 AM
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