Like the On Hub routers, Google Wifi intelligently analyzes your network quality and strength to offer you the best connection.
For example, Google Wifi will constantly monitor network congestion and move devices to other channels for the fastest performance.
Google has yet another router, but this time it's more affordable.
Meet Google Wifi, which starts at just 9, significantly lower than Google's other, pricier line of On Hub routers.
The result is that you can move freely through your home and always have a solid connection, even when video chatting.
You won't need to navigate to a specialized site just to change a few settings like with traditional routers.
So far, Google Wifi looks like a great option for those who want consistent download speeds without the hassle of routine router management.
Since you'll need multiple Google Wifi devices to take advantage of its mesh capabilities, Google will sell a 3-pack of Google Wifi discs for 9."We launched the On Hub router last year to solve many of the everyday problems people encounter with home Wi-Fi," Google wrote in a blog post following Wifi's announcement."With Google Wifi, we're building on that technology to create a system that provides seamless coverage for homes of any shape or size.
On Hub and Google Wifi will work together, and we'll continue to add new features to all of our Wi-Fi devices via automatic updates."If you already have an On Hub router, you can strengthen and extend the range of your network by adding on Google Wifi routers.
You'll be able to pre-order Google Wifi in November from the Google Store, Amazon, Best Buy and Walmart and the devices will ship in December. So why did Google decide to release another router product when it already has On Hub?
Whereas On Hub served as a single point of access to your home's wireless network, Google Wifi forms a mesh network using multiple routers to cover your entire home.