Google Wi-Fi Eliminates Dead Zones

My brother Steve tipped me off  about this new gizmo. I believe you are going to love it. It solves a major problem. No Internet. 

Too many of us have unreliable Internet connections. There is always an excuse; the walls are too thick, the building is too old, and the equipment is outdated. 

Google to the rescue. The company has a new connected system that replaces your router for seamless coverage throughout your home. Google claims that this is absolutely the best and quickest Wi-Fi system on the market. 

Google’s press release says Google Wi-Fi was designed to handle multiple devices streaming, downloading, and sharing at the same time. No interruptions. Fabulous.

Google even tells you how many units you need to cover your entire home– one for a 1,500 sq. ft. apartment, two for a 3,000 sq. ft. home, and three for a 4,500 sq. ft. house.

 A companion app allows you to control all of the units. Here’s a bonus. You can even shut one unit off if you think your teenager or child had been on the Internet too long.

Price is $129.00 each. No more excuses. You found a great connection. 


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