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Google Wifi Launched In France And Germany

Google Wifi Launched In France And Germany

Google posted a teaser GIF about upcoming product availability on their French Google+ page. The meaning of the image wasn’t entirely clear since it’s just an animation of some buildings growing out of the ground, as a bubble in the center reflects waves around. However, since the filename was “Google Wifi #3.gif,” I don’t think it’s too much of a stretch to make a guess.

A single Google WiFi unit can act as a more conventional Wi-Fi router, however, through the power of mesh networking users can set up multiple Google WiFi devices in their homes in order to extend and improve signal strength across a larger area. Multiple access points can be easily configured with the help of a companion mobile application, which also gives users the option of setting parental control rules for the network.

Google Wifi

Devices connected to a Google WiFi mesh network will automatically switch between access points in order to take advantage of the highest speeds available in a given location. Spec-wise, the Google WiFi is powered by a quad-core processor coupled with 512MB of RAM, houses 4GB of flash memory, and takes advantage of the Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11ac network standards while accommodating two gigabit Ethernet ports.

Google Wifi

The Google Wifi mesh router is now available for purchase in two new markets: France and Germany. The company’s online store in both countries has the device listed for €139. The two-pack and three-pack will set you back €249 and €359, respectively.

You Can Buy Google WiFi In Germany and Buy Google WiFi In France.

So, what’s your thought on this? Do let us know in the comment section below.

Wang Wei

Security Researcher and Consultant for the government, Financial Securities and Banks. Enthusiast, Malware Analyst, Penetration Tester.

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