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Google Wifi, the best-selling mesh system on Amazon, is down to its lowest price of 2018

Maren Estrada

The Google WiFi System has been the #1 best-selling in Amazon’s mesh wireless systems section since it was first released. To be honest, we don’t see that changing anytime soon. There are plenty of great options out there for high-quality mesh Wi-Fi systems, but Google’s offers great performance at a comparatively low price. And now, that comparatively low price just got even lower thanks to a sale on Amazon that drops it to its best price of the year so far!

Google WiFi system, 3-Pack - Router replacement for whole home coverage (NLS-1304-25): $249.99

Here’s what you need to know from the product page:

  • A new type of connected system for seamless Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home, helping eliminate dead zones and buffering
  • Replaces your current router, and works your modem and internet service. It’s compatible with major internet service providers including Comcast, Time Warner, and Verizon Fios
  • A single Wifi point covers up to 1,500 sq. ft, a set of three covers homes up to 4,500 sq. ft. Wifi points work together so you can add more if you need additional coverage
  • Network Assist technology keeps your connection fast by always selecting the clearest channel and fastest band for your devices
  • A simple app gets you set up quickly and allows you to see what’s connected, prioritize devices, and pause the Wi-Fi on kids’ devices.Family controls allow you to pause the WiFi on kids’ devices, like during

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