An area that often gets neglected inside your homes when your trying to stream all that wonderful high definition content from the Internet to your TV is the connections we use.  Many people with Internet Service from their local service provider opt for the easy route and take the router options offered by the service provider.  This is frequently a bad choice as the equipment is normally low end equipment and not designed to handle the large amounts of traffic from multiple devices in your home.

This about how many device you have in your home connected your WiFi network!  All your computers, tablets, phones and media devices like Roku, Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV running Netflix, Hulu and many other streams of high definition video content.

Enter Google WiFi, Google’s new WiFi product designed to eliminate any bad spots in your home while making things crazy simple.  This soon to be released offering from Google is not only designed to be simple for the everyday user but can also connect multiple devices together to create what is called a Mesh network around your home.  Each device, maybe one on each floor creates a single WiFi network that magically connects you devices to the strongest Google WiFi box and then directs the traffic through your home to the Internet.  No more dead spots!

Google WiFi Pucks

Not only is your WiFi coverage increased throughout your home, but you can do everything you love online, anywhere in your house. Google WiFi was designed to handle multiple devices streaming, downloading, and sharing at the same time. The Networking Assist is intelligent software built into Google WiFi to provide you with the fastest possible speed. Behind the scenes, Network Assist automatically helps you avoid WiFi congestion, and transitions you to the closest WiFi point for the best signal.

For more information and keep updated on the release date, head over to the Google WiFi product page.

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