Google Wifi Router
Home Life, Uninterrupted
Seamlessly cover your entire home in Wi-Fi with Google Wifi. This expandable wireless network operates using mesh networking technology giving you the ability to place additional nodes in locations where Wi-Fi connectivity may be weak or non-existent. Once installed users benefit from Google Network Assistant which ensures you receive a fast wireless connection while the Google Wifi app gives you the ability to manage various aspects of the network.
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.
- 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 sq. ft., 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.
- 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.
Easily Control Your Network
- Through the Google Wifi app, it’s a breeze to share your password with guests, prioritize devices on your network, and more.
Pause Wi-Fi for Family Time
- With the Google Wifi app, you can pause the Internet on your kids’ devices at bedtime or during homework hours.