Cover your home in internet with the Google Wifi mesh network on sale for $150
Mesh networking is a great solution for spreading Wi-Fi throughout your home, especially if you live in a place that's just too large for a single router to cover. Sick of those dead zones in the corner of the couch or in that one room upstairs? Grab the Google Wifi 3-pack mesh network system because it's on sale for $149.99 at Amazon right now. This marks the lowest price we've seen on the 2020 version of Google's system, beating out a deal we shared a couple months ago when it dropped to around $170. The 3-pack normally sells for $200 and rarely drops from that price, too, so today's deal is not only a really good price but destined to disappear.
The system has been refreshed for 2020 and altogether cheaper than the previous version, especially with this sale. Cover up to 4,500 square feet in solid, dependable Wi-Fi. Set it up quickly and easily and get it working with your smart home.
Google Wifi is one of the simplest mesh networking systems around. It really does a lot of the work for you, and it's designed to be super easy to use. The three points work together to cover your whole home in a seamless blanket of Wi-Fi that won't require any manual switching from you once it's setup. You could be on a video call in one room and walk to another room covered by a different access point without having your call interrupted at all.
The 3-pack can cover up to 4,500 square feet. Plug the router into your modem and set the points up toward the end of the router's coverage to help extend the Wi-Fi and keep your connection fast and strong in every room. If you have a large home or find there are spots with a weak signal, you can expand the network with more points.
Once you have your Wifi system plugged in, just download the free app to get started. It will guide you in setting them up. You can also use the app later to create guest networks, share passwords, and prioritize certain devices that need faster speeds. It also has parental controls so you can set online time for your kids.
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J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.