Are you looking for a really good deal on a WiFi router? Right now, Google has their Nest WiFi Pro Mesh Routers on a very rare sale.
Weak WiFi is one of the most common causes of buffering and slow internet. To make sure you have a good strong WiFi signal for all of your streaming players, TVs, game systems, phones, smart home devices, etc, you may want to think about a mesh system like the Google Nest Pro WiFi routers.
Right now, the Google Nest WiFi Pro is on sale for $339.98, down from the typical $399.99 price.
Mesh Wifi routers allow you to place multiple WiFi routers around your house to remove weak WiFi spots that can create slow internet speeds and a bad streaming experience. By upgrading to a mesh WiFi router, you can improve streaming and make using the internet even easier.
You can find the Google Nest WiFi Pro on Amazon HERE.
Here is how Google describes the Nest WiFi Pro Mesh System:
- Nest Wifi Pro is up to 2x faster than Wi-Fi 6, so you get super fast speeds and a reliable connection for your entire home
- Three Wi-Fi routers provide up to 6600 square feet of fast, reliable Wi-Fi; and you can customize your setup to create a mesh Wi-Fi system for the coverage you need
- Nest Wifi Pro uses the latest, most advanced Wi-Fi 6E technology, so it isn’t compatible with previous generations of Google Wifi or Nest Wifi
- Nest Wifi Pro automatically adjusts your Wi-Fi network’s performance and activity; it prioritizes video calls and helps websites load quickly
- It has built-in technology to make sure your connection is strong and consistent, even at the edge of your Wi-Fi network’s coverage
- Nest Wifi Pro monitors itself, diagnoses network issues, and can even fix some common issues on its own
- It gives you super fast and reliable speeds with three bands: 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, and the new 6 GHz band
- Secure booting and software updates help protect Nest Wifi Pro from running unauthorized software and router hacks
- Nest Wifi Pro shows all the devices connected to your Wi-Fi network; easily pause access for unknown devices that you don’t want connecting to your Wi-Fi, and create a guest network that uses a different password, so you don’t have to share yours
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