Google Wi-Fi (3-Pack) – GA00158-US w/Deco Gear 2 Pack WiFi Smart Plug

March 16, 2019 - Comment

Enjoy a consistent connection to the web with this Google Wi-Fi setup. The single access point is ideal for use in smaller homes of less than 1,500 square feet, giving you the ability to connect your tablets, laptops or phones. This Google Wi-Fi system provides a reliable signal that can be shared by multiple devices

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Enjoy a consistent connection to the web with this Google Wi-Fi setup. The single access point is ideal for use in smaller homes of less than 1,500 square feet, giving you the ability to connect your tablets, laptops or phones. This Google Wi-Fi system provides a reliable signal that can be shared by multiple devices at once.
Google Wifi operates on both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies along with support for 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi network standards. Each node features AC1200 2×2 Wave 2 Wi-Fi along with TX Beamforming technology offering enhanced wireless connections for multiple devices. In addition to Wi-Fi connectivity, Google Wifi supports Bluetooth Smart Ready technology, making it easy to connect a variety of Bluetooth devices directly to the network. If a wired connection is needed, Google Wifi comes equipped with two Gigabit Ethernet ports that can be configured to support WAN or LAN connectivity.

Room-to-Room Connectivity
Get fast Wi-Fi in every room, on every device. Replace your router with one or more Google Wifi points to cover your home in reliable Wi-Fi.

How Many Wi-Fi Points Do You Need?
If you have a smaller home, up to 1500 square feet, start with a single point. Add on if you need more coverage.

Do What You Love Anywhere in Your House
Google Wifi can handle multiple devices, so you can stream in the living room and bedroom while someone games in the basement, without a battle for bandwidth.

Super-Smart Wi-Fi
Google Wifi has Network Assist technology that works behind the scenes to avoid Wi-Fi congestion. It also transitions you to the closest point for the fastest signal, and offers helpful insights to get the most out of your Wi-Fi.