Dead zones. Every home has at least one. In fact, the Wi-Fi signal won’t reach the edges of my modest 1,500-square-foot apartment, and I intentionallyto give it the best chance for success. These days, the remedy is a that uses multiple satellite routers to blanket your home in Wi-Fi. Even in its first-gen, 2016 version, the got great marks, and right now you can get a .
A few things to note. First, as I mentioned, this is the first-generation Google Wifi, not Google’s 2019 update, the. Also, this system is “Grade A” refurbished — like-new and shipped in the original packaging. If you want to take advantage, be sure to select “3-Pack” from the drop-down menu on the product page. (The one-pack alternative, for $80, isn’t nearly as compelling a deal.)
All that said, I really like this price. The closest I could find to something comparable was a. That’s $15 more and still one satellite short of the deal at Woot.
Again, this model has been replaced by the Nest Wifi system in Google’s official lineup, but this system did quite well in our testing. In, editor Dong Ngo noted it was easy to set up and offered strong coverage, and, in summary, was (at the time) “the best Wi-Fi system on the market.”
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